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Curt Manufacturing acquires Towing Electrical Systems

Curt Manufacturing acquires Towing Electrical Systems

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. — Curt Manufacturing announced the acquisition of Towing Electrical Systems (TES) and ProTek Philippines. TES and ProTek have been a designer, developer and manufacturer of vehicle electronics and electromechanical products for more than 30 years and will be a great addition to Curt Manufacturing, a release from the company stated.

TES, which owns ProTek Philippines, has been a long-time supplier of Curt towing electrical products. With locations in both Ohio and the Philippines, TES offers an extensive range of electrical harnesses and connectors, trailer brake controls, injection-molded housings, adapters and more.

“TES’s technical capabilities, along with their manufacturing capacity, will allow Curt to offer an even larger electrical line,” says Phil Cushman, president of Curt Manufacturing Philippines and senior vice president Curt Manufacturing.

Not only will this mean more towing electrical products for Curt, but growth in other automotive sectors as well. This means more new products for the customer, improved quality and an even more robust inventory of all electrical products, the release stated. TES will allow Curt to keep pace with electronic manufacturing technology on a global basis, the release continues.

To learn more about Curt Manufacturing and its products, go to curtmfg.com.

SOURCE: Curt Manufacturing press release

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