U.S. Drawing and Insulating of Nonferrous Wire Companies

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Custom Cable Industries Inc
3221 Cherry Palm Drive
Tampa FL 33619
(813) 623-2232
Optical Integrity, Inc.
Optical Integrity, Inc.
19408 Panama City Beach Pkwy
Panama City Beach FL 32413
(850) 233-5512

Medical device developer and manufacturer located in Panama City Beach Florida with licenses in the U.S.A., Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The company's product line includes fiber optic
Kentucky Copper Inc
70 Industrial Drive North
Morgantown KY 42261
(270) 526-5600
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Paradigm Manufacturing Inc
547 Livingston Vernon Rd.
Flora MS 39071
(601) 879-3887
Scott Ramsey
2947 Interstate St.
Charlotte NC 28208
(704) 398-0570
Fiberlink Inc
122 Deerlake Dr.
Asheville NC 28803
(828) 277-7519
Alcatel USA Corp
2512 Penny Rd.
Claremont NC 28610
(828) 459-9821
Noyes Fiber Systems
16 Eastgate Park Dr.
Belmont NH 03220
(603) 528-7780
Direct Satellite Service Inc
10817 Flower Ave.
Cleveland OH 44111
(216) 941-6742
Walton Wiring Inc
2278 Pony Farm Road
Maidens VA 23102
(804) 556-6555
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