LUMBERTON, N.J., Sept. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Interstate Connecting Components, a division of Heilind Mil-Aero and a leading distributor of military and aerospace connectors, connector accessories, electromechanical products and sensors worldwide, will be exhibiting at this year's AUSA show. Organized by the Association of the United States Army, the event is the largest land power exposition and professional development forum in North America.
At the expo, ICC will display products from leading military-aerospace interconnect manufacturers like Amphenol Canada Military & Aerospace, Amphenol Pcd, Amphenol SV Microwave, Bel/Cinch Connectivity Solutions, Glenair and TE Connectivity.
"This is the third year in a row ICC will be exhibiting at AUSA, and we are excited to be back," said Scott Jacobs, Vice President, Interstate Connecting Components. "ICC supports customers in the United States and internationally in nearly every military and aerospace platform. AUSA gives us the opportunity to showcase our diverse selection of interconnect technologies."
Interstate Connecting Components works with customers of all sizes, supporting both original equipment and contract manufacturers in the military and commercial markets. It will have representatives at booth #4124 for the duration of the exhibit, which will be held October 14 through 16 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
About Interstate Connecting Components (ICC)
A division of Heilind Electronics, North America's largest interconnect distributor, Interstate Connecting Components (http://www.connecticc.com) is an AS9100D-certified value-added distributor for the entire spectrum of electronic connectors, fiber optic connectors, backshells, tools, identification solutions and connector contacts. ICC specializes in the military-aerospace market and offers T'DA® 2-day assembly on 26482, 26500, 5015, D38999, M28840, M83513 and many other MIL-SPEC connector lines. Follow ICC on Facebook at facebook.com/connecticc and on Twitter at twitter.com/connecticc.
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