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IEWC Buys CABLCON to Bolster Telecommunications Business

Sept. 9, 2021
CABLCON’s customers are primarily wireless, wireline and cable television system integrators and DC power contractors.

In an effort to expand its operations in North America’s telecommunications industry, IEWC, Milwaukee, WI, purchased CABLCON, a supplier of custom broadband cabling and fiber and copper connectivity solutions.

Mike Veum, IEWC’s CEO, said in the press release, “This acquisition of CABLCON, in addition to our acquisition of telecom supplier Jupiter Communications last year, reinforces IEWC’s commitment to become a leading connectivity solutions provider for telecom companies and data centers throughout the world, with a focus on North America.”

CABLCON’s customers are primarily wireless, wireline and cable television system integrators and DC power contractors. IEWC said in the release that CABLCON will benefit from the global supply chain and logistics capabilities of IEWC, along with its domestic and international network of distribution centers. Bryan Kadrich, CEO and owner of CABLCON, will head up this new division for IEWC as President - CABLCON, continuing to lead the CABLCON team and operations based in Detroit, Michigan and Dallas.

IEWC is a 59-year-old, employee-owned provider of wire and cable solutions with  25  locations in eight countries.

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