Standby and portable generator terminal sets, American made.

ETCO Introduces Standby and Portable Generator Terminal Products that are Totally American Made to Eliminate Current Supply Chain Woes

Battery terminals, ignition terminals, and various other connector types manufactured in the USA and offered as a single SKU for OEMs to simplify purchasing and inspection have been introduced by ETCO Incorporated. ETCO Incorporated has introduced a line of battery terminals, ignition terminals, and various other connector types that are manufactured in the USA and […]

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ETCO Going to the Virtual Battery Show

We’re excited to announce we’ll be at The Battery Show and EV Tech Expo Digital Days for three full days of virtual networking, product demos, engaging activities, and expert-led educational sessions. Please join us there by using promo code SPECIAL. This event will not only connect the community from The Battery Show North America, but […]

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Posted: November 5, 2020 in: Automotive News, News

John Macaluso, President

A Letter From Our President on Covid-19

Dear Industry Colleague, This letter is intended to address any concerns you may have about ETCO regarding COVID-19 and its potential impacts. ETCO will remain open and ready to serve our customers with the same level of customer service as always. There will be no interruptions to the manufacturing of the products we provide. ETCO […]

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Posted: April 29, 2020 in: News

IATF 16949 2016 Certification

ETCO Automotive Division Earns IATF 16949:2016 Certification

A leading manufacturer of precision metal stampings, ETCO’s Automotive Division has achieved the most stringent of international standards for quality management in the automotive industry. The new IATF 16949 standard was issued in October, 2016. The new standard has adopted the ISO 9001 standard as its base model and added additional requirements to create a […]

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Posted: February 26, 2018 in: Automotive News, Press Releases

Alphatron Tensile Tester

ETCO Appliance Teardown Video

ETCO uses the teardown process to evaluate the connection systems of electrical appliances. The primary focus of the evaluations are the terminals, wire harness construction, and the methods used to process the wire harness. The secondary focus allows ETCO to monitor industry trends regarding types, quantities and sizes of the electrical connections. ETCO’s research team […]

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Posted: October 17, 2017 in: News

ETCO named National Tooling and Machining Association 2017 Employer of the Year

ETCO Incorporated Was Awarded National Tooling and Machining Association’s Employer of The Year 2017

ETCO Incorporated employees excel and succeed in NIMS apprenticeship program August 22, 2017 (Bradenton, FL) – ETCO Incorporated, a leading manufacturer of custom precision metal stampings, wire termination parts and molded products announced today that the company through three of its employees was recognized by the National Tooling and Machining Association (NTMA) (Florida West Coast […]

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Posted: August 23, 2017 in: News, Press Releases

ETCO Insulated Wire Terminals Excel in Harsh Conditions

ETCO Insulated Connector Product Line Performance Excels in Harsh Climate Conditions

ETCO Incorporated glass reinforced insulated connectors provide improved performance over native polymer connectors August 16, 2017 (Bradenton, FL) – ETCO Incorporated, a manufacturer of custom precision metal stampings, wire termination parts and molded products today announced the performance results of its insulated connector line. The insulated connectors offered by ETCO have long been industry leaders […]

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Posted: August 18, 2017 in: News, Press Releases

Cross Section of a Good Crimp

Wire Termination Processing Video

The engineers at ETCO are always focused on bringing the latest information on wire termination technology. At a the base level, the key to a optimal connection, is a proper crimp. In this video, ETCO engineers demonstrate how a proper crimp is achieved and why it matters. For more information on crimping technology visit our […]

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Posted: May 27, 2017 in: Wire Termination News