The Sentral Group Expands Product Offering with Custom Power Cords

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The Sentral Group, a leading supplier of custom wire harnesses, cable assemblies and tubing assemblies, has announced a new product offering in power cords.

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Power cords are now a core competency and we have the ability to support virtually any need."

The Sentral Group, a leading supplier of custom wire harnesses, cable assemblies and tubing assemblies, has announced a new product offering in power cords to support the needs of their customers.

"We have been supplying power cords to a few key customers for years" said company president Dave Ritland. "But it has always been a value add. Power cords are now a core competency and we have the ability to support virtually any need."

With manufacturing facilities in the US and Asia the company feels it will be well positioned to support low and high volumes. Additionally, the customization abilities through their normal wire harness facilities makes Sentral a prime source for customers who need both standard line cords and complex power supply wiring.

The company supplies most standard NEMA and IEC cord ends and a wide variety of cordage types such as SPT, SJT, SVT, SEO, and SJTOW. With global certifications they can also provide custom locking plugs, piggybacks and angled ends. This is essential in the growing markets of foodservice equipment, healthcare, and other specialized industries the company supports.

The Sentral Group boasts over 125,000 square feet of manufacturing space in the United States, and over 200 full-time employees. Sentral Assemblies is a manufacturer of custom wire harnesses, cable assemblies, tubing assemblies and electro-mechanical assemblies. Since its founding in 1990, the company has grown to be one of the largest privately owned cable assembly companies in the U.S. A full list of Sentral's capabilities is available at http://www.sentral.com/capabilities.html

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