|Here at Custom Wire Industries we take pride in everything that we do, and it is evident by our ISO certification through Underwriters Laboratory, and over 33 years of providing quality services and products to our customers.
Our customers are our most important assets and we value our customers by establishing a accurate line of communications. It is important to both our customers and to us that we both understand each other precisely. This line communications inevitably begins during the "Request For Quotation" phase of the partnership.
Accurate, qualitative and complete information supplied by our customers will determine and ensure accuracy and timely results of the "Request For Quotation". It is better to have too much information rather then not having enough.
Ideally the following information is required from our customers to begin the quotation phase of any
- A legible detailed drawing of the complete assembly.
- Samples or detailed pictures of the assembly.
- A legible detailed "Bill of Materials" that MUST INCLUDE the original manufactures part number and description.
- The highlighting of any proprietary components.
- A general statement regarding the use of customer approved substitutions
- The "R.F.Q." dated and a requested date for return.
of information is the ideal situation and would ensure the most
timely and accurate quotation. Submit your request for a quote on custom wire harnesses, cable assemblies, ribbon cables, over molding, lead wires, electromechanical devices, kits and control panels for your application RIGHT NOW! Attach drawings or files to further describe your application so that we can give you the most accurate quote possible. The more information you provide the more accurate your quote will be. If we are unsure of any aspect we will contact you before sending a quote out to you! If your request is for budetgary purposes only please let us know so we can expediate your quote request.
where all this information is not available, Custom Wire Industries will need additional time to research and review the questionable components. The quotation will then be considered a "Budgetary Quotation" and the final costs adjustments will be determined by customer changes to the "Budgetary Quotation".
"WHAT GOES IN, IS WHAT COMES OUT!"