Phillips Electrical Harness Division moves

Oct. 1, 2005
The Electrical Harness Division of Phillips Industries has recently moved into expanded manufacturing facilities necessitated by the growth of the company's

The Electrical Harness Division of Phillips Industries has recently moved into expanded manufacturing facilities necessitated by the growth of the company's trailer component business. The new factory in Dallas TX produces trailer harnesses and associated components for van, reefer, and cargo semitrailers, as well as smaller trailers used for recreational vehicles, boat, and utility trailer towing.

An expanded machine shop with tooling and CNC grinding equipment, along with testing and simulation stations, allows the company to react quickly to customer-specific requirements.

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