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Northwire appoints Louis Garriga as industrial business unit leader

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Northwire Technical Cable, a manufacturer of technical and retractile cables, has appointed Louis Garriga III to the position of industrial business unit leader. Garriga brings to this strategic position more than 26 years of wire, cable and assembly expertise.

Garriga had been director of manufacturing at Northwire since 1998. Prior to joining Northwire, 12 years ago, Garriga held positions in the industry as a production manager, plant manager, quality manager, field salesperson and product specialist. Garriga has a degree in chemical engineering from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.

'Our Northwire team is proud to support Louis in his new role. As an expert and industry veteran, Louis Garriga has demonstrated the ability to drive advanced development and continual improvement that benefit our customers,' said Mike Conger, president, Northwire. 'By leveraging the Northwire customer rapid-response model that Louis helped pioneer, he will expand our market presence with innovative products and service offerings.'

Northwire offers free design and prototyping services. The company also employs experienced professionals to help navigate complex national and international standards.

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