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Methode Electronics: Components And Subsystems

October 23, 2014

Methode Electronics was founded by William Joseph McGinley in 1946 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. The company designs, manufactures, and markets components and subsystem devices globally.

Methode Electronics does business through four segments: Automotive which supplies electronic and electro-mechanical devices and related products to automobile original equipment manufacturers. Interconnect segment provides various copper and fiber-optic interconnect solutions for the aerospace, appliance, commercial, computer, construction, consumer, material handling, medical, military, mining, networking, storage and telecommunications markets. Power Distribution manufactures braided cables, bus devices, power-product assemblies, power cabling systems and bus bars that are used in various markets and applications, including telecommunications, computers, transportation, industrial and power conversion, inverters and battery systems, insulated gate bipolar transistor solutions, aerospace, military, telecommunications, and transportation. Other segment engages in designing and manufacturing of magnetic torque sensing products, and includes independent laboratories that provide services for qualification testing and certification, and analysis of electronic and optical components.

Methode Electronics has manufacturing, design and testing facilities located in various countries such as the Philippines, Singapore, China, Egypt, India, Germany, Lebanon, Malta, the United Kingdom, the United States and Switzerland.

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