Convert’s expansion doubles capacity of cable loom and harness assembly area

Convert, a manufacturer of cable looms and harnesses, is celebrating doubling its assembly area from 5,500 sq ft to 11,000 sq ft after investing in additional premises.

Established in 2006, Convert supplies the automotive, transport, marine and scientific sectors, manufacturing cable looms and harnesses for car lights and a range of industrial, medical and marine equipment.

Dave Lord, Convert’s Managing Director, said: “It’s great to mark the start of a new decade by officially moving into our expanded assembly area.   We’d grown considerably over the past couple of years and needed additional space. Luckily a unit became available next to our existing factory and we’ve spent the past several months converting it to suit our requirements.”

The Kent-based company, which boasts 43-strong highly skilled staff, designs and develops a wide variety of cable looms and harnesses, often from early project stage, servicing both low and high-volume requirements.

Convert boasts the latest automatic cable processing machines including two Artos CR11 and a Komax Gamma 255, which excels at small wire handling.

Convert Ltd will be exhibiting on Stand P133 at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics between 11-13 February 2020.

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