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Last $42.81 USD
Change Today -0.46 / -1.06%
Volume 124.7K
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1133 Westchester Avenue

White Plains, NY 10604

United States

Phone: 914-641-2000

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markets KONI products into specific geographies or customer groups. Bus, Truck & Trailer manufactures shock absorbers and bus dampers, destined to both OE and aftermarket customers. ICS segment This segment designs and manufactures a range of connectors and cable assemblies for critical applications in harsh environments. This segment’s product portfolio includes high performance, military-specification, and commercial electrical connectors of various types, such as Circular, Rectangular, Radio Frequency, Fiber Optic, D-sub Miniature, Micro-Miniature, and cable assemblies. This segment operates through its brands, such as Cannon, VEAM, and BIW Connector Systems, which deliver solutions to enable the transfer of data, signal, and power into four end-user markets, such as aerospace and defense, transportation and industrial, medical, and oil and gas. Aerospace and Defense The ICS Aerospace and Defense product portfolio includes connectors and customized interconnect solutions for all segments of the commercial aviation and defense industry. These products are designed to withstand the extreme shock, exposure and vibration environments that are typical in aviation and military applications and where safety is the critical factor. Transportation and Industrial The ICS Transportation product portfolio includes connectors for high-speed, mainline, metro and light passenger rail, and electric vehicle applications. The ICS Industrial product portfolio includes connectors for heavy vehicles, industrial production equipment, industrial electronics and instruments, and other industrial applications. Both markets are served through the Cannon and VEAM brands. Medical The ICS Medical product portfolio consists of connectors and customized solutions that provide high-density, high-speed data delivery with ergonomic, miniaturized form factor primarily utilized in the imaging market. Oil and Gas This segment supplies the market primarily with electrical penetrators for oil wells through the BIW Connector Systems brand. Majority of these feed-through solutions are used to connect electric submersible pumps, downhole instruments, and permanent downhole gauges. Products are sold either directly to OEMs, contract manufacturers, and cable system operators or indirectly through partnerships with major distribution companies, creating a global distribution channel. Competition The company’s major competitors are Amphenol Corporation, Deutsch (TE Connectivity Ltd.), Souriau (Esterline), Harting, and Glenair. Control Technologies segment This segment manufactures specialized equipment, including actuation, valves, and noise and energy absorption components for the aerospace and defense, and industrial markets. The company offers a portfolio of qualified products, such as fuel management, actuation and noise absorption components in the aerospace market and a range of products that manage motion and absorb energy in various industrial markets. The company’s application expertise allows it to offer customized solutions using modular platforms that deliver its technologies for various customer applications. In addition, sales to major commercial aircraft manufacturers also regularly occur through third-party distributors. CT Aerospace CT Aerospace designs and manufactures flow control and actuation components, motion control, energy absorption, and vibration isolation products primarily for commercial aerospace, military, and other markets. The company’s aircraft component products consist of fuel and water pumps, valves, electro-mechanical rotary and linear actuators, and pressure, temperature, limit, and flow switches for various aircraft systems. Its aircraft interior products include various engineered elastomer isolators to protect equipment and keep the interior of the aircraft quiet, stowage bin rate controls, rotary hinge dampers and actuators, and seat recline locks and control cables. The company also provides electromechanical seat actuation for premium seating products. Defense products include energy absorption applications and aerospace components. Majority of the company’s pr

 

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