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Southwire is one of the world's leading manufacturers of Wire and Cable, Tools, Components and Assembled Solutions.
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Reflecting its commitment to excellence and world-class business practices, Southwire has been selected as a 2020 US Best Managed Company.
As the company continues to align itself to best serve its markets and customers, Southwire announced that it will close operations at its Mineral Wells, Tx manufacturing facility, effective August 31.
Our long-standing tradition of Giving Back is stronger now than ever before. In response to COVID-19, we are expanding these efforts with a focus on hunger, education and hope for the holidays.
Congratulations to Southwire's Rancho CSC for receiving a three-year CAL-OSHA VPP Star Site Certification.
Southwire's EVP of operations was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet.
The Huntersville plant was awarded the first-ever Inspire Our Future Award from the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce and Education Collaborative.
On March 6, Southwire employees were invited to celebrate International Women’s Day, which occurred on March 8, throughout the organization.
Southwire, an industry leader in wire and cable solutions, and Go Industries, d/b/a Longhorn Reels, a Texas-based company that manufactures wire and cable solutions, have resolved pending litigation.
Southwire is proud to announce that our company has achieved a spot on the DiversityJobs.com top employer list for 2020.
In this time of social distancing and school from home, Southwire and West GYSTC are partnering to provide virtual learning opportunities to children across the country.
On March 23, 1950 Southwire was founded by Roy Richards Sr. Today, we celebrate 70 years of successful business, quality and service.
At Southwire, the health and well-being of our employees, our customers, our communities and all of our stakeholders is a top priority. In this spirit, please read more for an update from Southwire's President and CEO, Rich Stinson.
As the company continues to align itself to best serve its markets and customers, Southwire announced that it will close the manufacturing facility on March 31.