Southwire Company, LLC is North America’s leading manufacturer of wire and cable used in the distribution and transmission of electricity. Throughout its history, our company has sought to help provide power through our products, our service and by helping empower our customers, employees and communities.
Southwire, We Deliver Power...Responsibly® to millions of people around the world. Our utility cable and building wire carry electricity to wherever it is needed. One in three new homes built in the United States contains wire made by Southwire.
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BioSafe Systems, a family-owned manufacturer of biodegradable disease-control products, began selling its flagship product ZeroTol to the horticulture industry in 1998. The company quickly expanded to the agricultural, industrial, and consumer markets with innovative pest control solutions, applications, and products.
The mission of BioSafe Systems is to provide disease control solutions utilizing reduced-risk chemistries that do not negatively impact the health and safety of people and the environment. The Company is headquartered in Connecticut, but provides products and services in North and South America. BioSafe Systems divides its business into several market segments: Agriculture, Horticulture, Post Harvest/Food Safety, Aquatics, Home & Garden, Turf, and Commercial/Industrial Sanitation.
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DAP® Products, Inc. is a manufacturer of latex caulks, silicone sealants, adhesives, insulating foams, and patch & repair products. DAP® has been made in the USA since 1864 and headquartered in Baltimore, MD since 1998.
DAP was the first to the market with the introduction of latex caulk in 1964, and since then the company has introduced numerous other caulks, sealants, insulating foams and other general patch and repair products. They followed with acrylic latex technology in 1970 and silicone sealants in the mid-1980s. In the 1990s, the Plastic Wood brand was intregrated into the DAP portfolio of products, and between 2004 and 2006, DAP acquired both Phenoseal and Custom Building Products ready-mix repair products.
Today, DAP has three manufacturing plants and four distribution facilities in the United States, Canada and Mexico, serving North America and the world. DAP's products can be found for sale in more than 60,000 retail stores throughout North and Latin America
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