Quick Cable Corporation Company Profile
Although it is no longer in the battery manufacturing business, Quick Cable still gets a charge out of its major battery-related business -- connecting customers to battery connectors. The company, founded in 1946, makes electrical battery connectors, cable assemblies, electrical fuses, and wire cutting and crimping tools. Quick Cable's market is larger than car owners -- it makes cables and related tools for battery-powered commercial and industrial equipment such as fuel cells and computer backup systems. The company operates two manufacturing facilities, one in Franksville, Wisconsin, and the other in Mississauga, Ontario. Quick Cable was formed as a lead-acid battery maker in 1956.
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