Connectors : Compare 17 Companies

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Veritech Inc.

Bus Components, Rail Maintenance, and more.

www.veritranz.net

Since 1988, our organization has been dedicated to the concept of customer service, applying our resources in a time-sensitive manner to deliver custom design and fabrication of bus and rail components. Our engineering disciplines include Electrical, Electronic, and Mechanical Engineering which...

North American supplier of Flexa's rugged, lightweight liquidtight Rohrflex electrical conduits, and Flexaquick fittings for routing wires and cables in and around transit vehicles. Excellent wire protection for locomotive, passenger coach cars and buses. Available conduit materials include:...

Cadillac Junction Boxes: Cadillac high quality, modular designed and fully-assembled custom junction box assemblies for industrial and transit applications
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TE Connectivity Ltd. is a $14 billion global technology and manufacturing leader creating a safer, sustainable, productive, and connected future. For more than 75 years, our connectivity and sensor solutions, proven in the harshest environments, have enabled advancements in transportation,...

Distributor of switches, relays, circuit breakers from Honeywell Sensing and Control, Carling, Eaton, P&B, Airpax, Klixon, Sensata, TE Connectivity (AMP, P&B, Raychem), Bussmann. Distributor of Dialight indicator lights, Bussmann fuses, Switchcraft plugs and jacks, AMP connectors.

Transitvue Communication Systems is a manufacturer of specialized communication systems for the transportation industry. The TransitVUE® brand of technologically advanced solutions are transforming communication within the transportation industry by offering a complete array of integrated...

Elasto Proxy is a family-owned company with deep roots, strong business relationships, and a growing global presence in the rubber and plastics industry. Founded in 1989 by Doug and Donna Sharpe, this “Mom and Pop shop” flourished in Quebec, Canada before expanding first to the Canadian province...