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Company Profile - Cembre Ltd

Overview

Cembre is today the leading Italian manufacturer and one of the largest European manufacturers of electrical compression connectors and related installation tooling.

Incomparable know-how and continuous innovation

Extensive know-how in the field of electrical connectors, strong R&D activity and continuous innovation in manufacturing technologies and product specification, allow Cembre to respond quickly to an increasingly demanding market expectation for high-quality products that are reliable, durable and safe.

Wide product range, expert and efficient international sales network and sharp focus on customer needs represent the strengths of the Cembre Group and ensure a significant competitive advantage in a continuously evolving global market.

Who are we?

Founded in December 1986, Cembre Ltd has seen years of continuous growth and is today a key manufacturing unit within the Cembre group.

  • Electrical connectors
  • Tooling for crimping electrical connectors
  • Cable entry and fixing components
  • Railway electrical connectors
  • Cable thermal taggers
  • Cable management products
  • Owned by an Italian company (Brescia)  global turnover of 100 million. UK is the largest subsidiary (100 staff, £18m t/o, only subsidiary to manufacture).
  • The UK site manufactures components.

Quality and innovation is high because they control the production themselves.

Key markets for the electrical components are OEM (original equipment manufacturers) such as Siemens, Schnieder Electric, Electrical wholesalers, rail (biggest clients are London Underground and National Rail), utilities, electrician suppliers, electrical panel builders.

Values

  • Quality
  • Innovation
  • A complete offer
  • Attention to detail
  • Competitive enterprise
  • Global capability
  • Unique product
  • Ease of use

 

 

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