Dallas, Texas (September 6, 2005) The Electrical Harness Division of Phillips Industries has recently moved into expanded manufacturing facilities necessitated by the growth of the company’s trailer component business. The new factory, located in Dallas, Texas, produces trailer harnesses and associated components for van, reefer and cargo semi-trailers as well as smaller trailers utilized for recreational vehicles, boat and utility trailer towing. The Phillips STA-DRY® Modular Harness System, produced in Dallas, is the fastest growing trailer electrical wiring harness system in North America today. The system offers time and dollar conscious fleets a watertight electrical harness system with a logical approach to trailer re-wiring and maintenance.
Additionally, an expanded machine shop with state-of-the art tooling and CNC grinding equipment, along with sophisticated testing and simulation stations, allows the company to react quickly to customer-specific requirements. Walter Hooper, General Manager of the Electrical Harness Division emphasized that “Meeting customer’s design and lead time demands are the core of the Phillips philosophy, and our move into this new facility allows us to really address those issues. The space and organization we have now means we can continue to satisfy and grow our customer base.”
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Phillips Industries is a leading supplier, innovator and manufacturer of advanced electrical and air brake interface equipment for the commercial vehicle industry. Phillips is a major participant in industry associations including TMC, SAE, Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association and state trucking associations. Based in Santa Fe Springs, CA, Phillips Industries is QS9000 certified and has manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada.
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