Southwire Supplier Distributor In Houston

Southwire Company, LLC is North America’s leading manufacturer of wire and cable used in the distribution and transmission of electricity.

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Southwire Company, LLC is North America’s leading manufacturer of wire and cable used in the distribution and transmission of electricity. Throughout its history, Southwire has sought to help provide power through their products, their service and by helping empower their customers, employees, and communities.Southwire provides a full line of products that meet a wide range of needs. Southwire leads the industry in new and innovative solutions that simplify installation while saving time and money. Southwires corporate structure centers around seven distinct business segments – Energy, Electrical, Industrial, OEM, Tools & Assembled Products, Engineered Products and International. Each focuses on a specific group of customers, ensuring their needs are met quickly and efficiently.

Wildcat Electric carries a broad range of Southwire products. Click here to request a quote or ask about Southwire solutions or call 713-676-0600.

Featured Products:


Aluminum Building Wire

Southwire SIMpull XHHW-2® aluminum conductors are primarily used in conduit or
recognized raceways for service and feeder wiring as specified in the National Electrical
Code.


Copper Building Wire 

Southwire® SIMpull THHN® copper conductors are primarily used in conduit and cable trays for services,
feeders and branch circuits in commercial or industrial applications as specified in the National Electrical
Code.


Flexible Cord

Southwire Type SJOOW Flexible Cords are permitted for use as specified by Article 400 and related articles of the National
Electrical Code. Some typical applications for Type SJOOW Cords include wiring for portable tools, portable
appliances,equipment, small motors and associated machinery.
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History: 


Our roots extend to 1937, when Roy Richards, then a young 25 year old, started a company to erect power poles. Two years earlier, he had graduated from Georgia Tech. While the promise of jobs paying $80 a month lured 90 percent of his classmates to New York, Richards chose to stay in Carroll County, a commitment he kept even after Southwire grew into a leading player in the wire and cable industry.