IPC/WHMA-A-620C, Delivers Improved Performance and Acceptance Requirements for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies. Update your company’s library today with the most current Revision for the requirements and acceptance of cable and wire harness assemblies.
“WHMA membership has impacted our organization through networking with members and suppliers across the country. This networking has provided solutions and perspective for the many challenges faced in our industry. Having the opportunity to bounce ideas and concepts off each other is an invaluable resource to any organization.”Jason Zoubek, Absolute Quality Manufacturing
They are recognized in the Cable and Wire Harness Industry through their understanding of the value of the IPC/WHMA-A-620 certification – the worldwide benchmark for quality workmanship. These manufacturers stay ahead of the competition by networking with leading manufacturers and suppliers and staying up-to-date on industry best practices and reports.
They are an integral part of the association with their cutting edge, innovative solutions. They have the unique opportunity to collaborate with leading cable assembly and wire harness manufacturers, OEMs and other suppliers worldwide. These knowledge exchanges provide WHMA and their customers with countless valuable resources.
Wire Industry Update
The 25th annual WHMA Wire Harness Conference will be held February 13-15, 2018 at the Scott Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, AZ. WHMA’s Chairman of the Board, Rick Bromm of Altex, says the conference will focus on the important role wire harness and cable manufacturers...read more
Ciudad Juarez is the capital of the maquiladora industry and M-EXPO is your best location to find qualified suppliers for your processes
Desarrollo Economico del Norte and other organizations committed to Ciudad Juarez are offering three days (October 11-13, 2017) of gathering to maquiladora industry suppliers and large corporations to explore the possibility of joining their network of suppliers. The...read more
Wire and cable harness companies must deliver under very short lead times to meet customer demands. This puts pressure on manufacturers to build quickly and error-free. Customers also require Engineering Change Orders (ECOs) on harnesses – a costly and...read more