TPC acquires EZ Form Cable

June 12, 2019
The acquisition adds new capabilities in coaxial cable and RF connectors

TPC Wire & Cable (TPC) announced that it has completed the acquisition of EZ Form Cable, an AS9100D certified provider of coaxial cable based in Hamden, Connecticut. EZ Form is a provider of RF and microwave interconnect products for specialized applications common in defense, space, wireless communications and medical instrumentation. According to TPC, his acquisition strengthens its position as a supplier of wire and cable solutions to specialized, high cost-of-failure environments.

"We are very excited to have EZ Form join the TPC family," said TPC president and CEO Jeff Crane. "Our combined expertise will enhance our growth strategy, diversify our end markets and allow us to expand our innovative product and service solutions for our customers. TPC continues to execute on its aggressive growth strategy. Our organic initiatives are driving sustained above market growth in parallel with an acceleration of our strategic M&A activity."

"TPC’s mission, vision and values align with EZ Form, positioning us for continued growth and commitment to quality products and superior customer service," said EZ Form CEO Frank Volpe. "We are confident that TPC will be the best steward of the EZ Form business in the years to come."

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