Franklin, MA, December 2021 - JEM Electronics, Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition of PGC Wire & Cable, a cable assembly and wire harness manufacturer based in Hudson, NH. The acquisition of PGC Wire & Cable fits into JEM Electronics' overall strategy to provide customers with complete product and service satisfaction. With over 40 years in business, JEM Electronics will help PGC Wire and Cable expand production capabilities, broaden supply chain access, and accommodate a wider range of customers.
"JEM’s purchase of the assets of PGC Wire and Cable will increase our overall customer base. At this point in the development of PGC, JEM has made a significant investment in technology, equipment and supply chain to support PGC’s customer base as well as JEM’s. We look forward to welcoming all of the PGC customers into the JEM family where they can expect the same high level of service and quality." -John McDonald, Owner of JEM Electronics
About PGC Wire & Cable
From the PGC Wire & Cable website:
"PGC Wire and Cable, LLC was founded in 2012 to provide cable assemblies, wire harnesses, and electromechanical assemblies to businesses nationwide. Since its founding the company is guided by three principles on-time delivery, customer service, and quality.
The company was originally founded as Rapid Wire Cable, and complemented RAPID’s other services including sheet metal assemblies and CNC machined parts. The business continued to thrive with double digit growth annually, but in 2018, RAPID was acquired by Protolabs Company. After the acquisition, RAPID Wire and Cable was purchased by a group of employees and became PGC Wire and Cable, LLC.
Throughout the years and split from Protolabs, PGC Wire and Cable was able to stay true to the guiding principles. Since its founding PGC Wire and Cable has manufactured thousands of wire harnesses and cable assemblies, for hundreds of customers nationwide. Even with this rapid growth, the business has maintained a 98.6% customer satisfaction rating, and will continue to maintain and exceed this performance into the future."