Dongguan Edgar Auto Parts Co., Ltd. (Chinese registered trademark "Edgar", English registered trademark "Edgarcn")
Dongguan Aidege Auto Parts Co., Ltd. moved to a new factory in 2011. It is located next to Shatian Avenue, Shatian Town, with convenient transportation. It is 2KM away from Shatian exit of S3 Guangshen Yanjiang Expressway. One-stop service for wiring harness and supporting wiring harness products (metal stamping, die-casting, Plastic mold research and development and injection molding, PCB board welding and other processes), the company's predecessor was founded in 1999 in North Gate, Humen, Dongguan. Waterproof wiring harness/motorcycle instrument waterproof wiring harness/construction machinery wiring harness/waterproof outdoor light wiring harness/industrial waterproof connector/data transmission line/audio line/video line/OEM wiring harness is an entity production factory with core industries.
Dongguan Aidege Auto Parts Co., Ltd. is located in Dayi Village, Shatian Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province. With a plant area of 8000+ square meters, it is a R&D and manufacturing base for automotive wiring harness products and supporting connector products. Edgar is a high-tech enterprise with a 20-year history of professional R&D and design of wire harnesses and connector products. It has successively passed ISO9001, TS16949 (the new version of IATF16949 2016), UL, CSA, CE, TUV certification, joined WHMA, the product processing process conforms to iPC620, and UL labels can be attached to the shipment. Edgar has always been based on a high starting point and focused on high-end In the market, the company is equipped with single-head stripping and punching end presses, single-head tinning automatic end-pressing machines, double-head end-pressing machines, vertical forming machines, horizontal forming machines, multi-function wire testers, terminal profile analyzers, Xray Waiting for a batch of advanced production equipment & testing equipment, it has completely realized the transformation and upgrading of assembly line operations from semi-automation to full-automation.