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ICE Cable Systems Now Manufacturing in the USA

Allows ICE to further reduce supply chain risk and apply additional innovation and customization.

ICE Cable Systems, a leading brand of premium low-voltage wire and cable products, has announced that it is now manufacturing in the United States.

ICE Cable Systems Box

Founded in 2004 by president Brian Rizzo, ICE serves the CEDIA and adjacent markets with a full assortment of low-voltage wire and cable, HDMI cable, and accessories. For many years, Rizzo sourced and oversaw production at overseas factories — initially in China, and later in Taiwan. Mandatory for Rizzo was that the factories would meet his stringent standards for materials, compliance, and the utilization of REELEX’s carton payout technology.

After Covid-19, Rizzo relocated the company from Los Angeles to Austin, Texas. In a move to shield ICE and its dealers from potential global supply shortages such as those experienced because of the pandemic, Rizzo charted a new course, transitioning manufacturing to the US.

These past several years ICE has sourced and begun collaborating with domestic factories to provide the core/raw cable it requires, with the associated finishing work like coil winding, printing, and packaging now done by ICE. Bringing end-point production to Austin allows ICE to further reduce supply chain risk and apply additional innovation and customization.

Recent advancements include:

  • New Cat6 cable: Replacing the traditional spine with a unique separator, the cable is 12% smaller in diameter with improved flexibility.
  • In-House Cable Jacket Printing: State-of-the-art Keyence printers have been implemented into the REELEX production line. This means that ICE’s iLabel print legend markers are visually sharper than ever.
  • Fourth-Generation REELEX coil-winding machinery has been implemented in Austin. This figure-eight coil produces the highest precision and fastest pulling coils possible.
  • Full control over the packaging process gives ICE the ability to customize the size and shape of different coils and precisely integrate them into pull-boxes.

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