Company Overview of Minnesota Wire & Cable Company
Minnesota Wire & Cable Company designs, develops, and manufactures wires, cables, and interconnect assemblies for medical, defense, industrial, aerospace, and other markets. It offers various medical products, including disposable/reusable lead wires; medical wires for drug delivery systems; medical electrical surgical cables and wires; communication/hearing aid wires and tubes; custom medical cable assemblies and wires; patient monitoring system cables, wires, and assemblies; and automatic external defibrillator leads, cables, and wires. The company also engages in manufacturing custom medical products, such as patient monitoring and sensors, disposable/reusable lead wires, pain management/...
1835 Energy Park Drive
St. Paul, MN 55108
Founded in 1968
Key Executives for Minnesota Wire & Cable Company
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Minnesota Wire & Cable Company Key Developments
Minnesota Wire and Cable Company and Minnesota Wire Announce New Partnership to Market iStretch
Feb 25 15
Rhino Marking & Protection Systems announced the formation of a new partnership with Minnesota Wire. The partnership was formed to combine Minnesota Wire's unique iSTRETCH cable technology with Rhino's industry position to offer superior tracer wire solutions. These solutions aim to provide advanced ability to locate buried infrastructure and improve future underground utility line locating to prevent damage to underground utilities and increase safety during excavation. Rhino plans to use its position as industry experts and leaders in damage prevention to provide Minnesota Wire's iSTRETCH cable technology to utility companies for new and replacement underground construction projects.
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