Cable and Wire Harnesses

Compass Electronics Solutions (CES) has been manufacturing cable and wire harnesses and developing the most reliable custom products in the industry. CES has grown to compete on a local, national and global platform by maintaining strong relationships and obtaining repeat business by providing high quality and consistent products since 1960.

Employee manufacturing cable and harnesses

Wired For Success

When choosing CES to manufacture cable assemblies and wire harnesses, expect the project to be completed on time while meeting certified specifications. CES reviews all expectations upfront to allow for consistent delivery of premium products and the best relationship with customers.

Cost-effective manufacturing, unmatched reliability and functional testing makes CES well suited for a diverse range of applications in any industry including medical devices, aerospace and defense technology and commercial and industrial applications.

CES meets safety requirements of the most regulated industries with IPC620 Class 3 solder standards, AS9102 First Article Inspections, ITAR, and ISO 9001 processes that allow for maximum flexibility.

Fully Customizable Cable and Wire Harnesses

There is no limit on size or configuration, and CES even offers custom sub-assemblies. Cable assemblies and wire harnesses can be specially designed and manufactured to meet specific needs. CES has developed cables as heavy as 400 pounds and longer than 300 feet while utilizing a variety of connectors. No job is too daunting for the CES team. That is why CES cable assemblies and wire harnesses are used by industry leaders in a variety of sectors.

CES’ attention to detail, efficient processes, and focus on customer satisfaction allow us to provide a full range of cable assembly and wire harness products for any task, from the simple to the complex:

  • Range of services extend from initial concept through final product
  • Low-cost, high-quality
  • Lean manufacturing practices
  • On-time delivery
  • Custom assembly
  • Simple and complex assemblies
  • Single cables
  • Complex and extensive configurations
  • Product testing capabilities

Employees assembling cable and wire harnesses