What we do
Founded in 1947, ETCO is a privately owned company. The Company manufactures precision stampings and rubber and plastic molded products used principally by major automotive and appliance manufacturers. ETCO also has major customers in a variety of other industries in the USA and over 30 countries throughout the world.
ETCO has factories and a research complex in Bradenton, Florida and a factory and engineering center in Warwick, Rhode Island.
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A premier manufacturer of OEM and Manufacturer parts
ETCO’s medical solutions are recognized industry-wide.
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ETCO Incorporated was founded in 1947 as Electric Terminal Corporation. The original company produced wall plug blades in strip form for attachment by the customer on a patented air operated machine. ETCO still produces wall plug blades, although the production speeds have increased from 175 parts per minute to as fast as 3,000 parts per minute. more about us
- ETCO Incorporated Introduces EDGE-C New Composite Material Applicator
April 8th, 2014
- ETCO Incorporated Announces the Launch of EDGE Wire Terminating Applicator Series
February 19, 2014
- ETCO Announces the Release of Twist Locks in Loose Piece
August 21st, 2013
I just wanted to thank you for your article last Month in Assembly on Coil on Plug Connections. Your Lab Data confirmed a decision I made twenty years ago to use your Std Terminals on a short pc of Taylor Spiro Pro wire on John Deere’s first Natural Gas Engine Coil on Plug Assemblies.All I could see in a Spring was Voltage Drop,Fretting & Heat Build-up .The Short pc of Insulated Cable actualy helped Hold the Wire in place while adding a little flexability.Our Aftermark is planning on bringing out some Coil on Plug Assemblies and I gave them your article and advised them to use your Guidelines and make some changes and use those changes as a Sales Tool vs the Spring Loaded parts on the Market now. Again Thanks for your outstanding Lab work.