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  • Kris-Tech Receives the New York State Empire Award

    Last week, New York state senator Joseph Griffo visited our office to award Kris-Tech a New York State Empire Award.   The NYS Senate Empire Award was newly created to recognize excellence in business. The award is given to businesses that are 1) leaders in their industry, 2) are using innovative methods or products, 3) increasing jobs, economic growth, and making significant community…

  • December Employee of the Month: Jason Higley

    The honor of November’s employee of the month goes to our production team leader Jason Higley.   Throughout November (and in fact all of 2019), Jason has helped himself and his team make sharp improvements by maximizing efficiency on the production floor.   Additionally, Jason has demonstrated his commitment to enhancing our customer service through his determination to…

  • November Employee of the Month: Steve Farrell

    This was a competitive month for employee of the month but after much deliberation, the winner is our production team member Steve Farrell!  Hands down, Steve went above and beyond throughout the month of October, embodying our organization’s commitment to excellence.   Among his accomplishments, was his initiative to create a tool kanban to improve efficiency.   We are dedicated…

  • Kris-Tech Wire Celebrates 35 Years This Month

    This October is a special one for Kris-Tech Wire. In October, 1984, twin brothers Glenn and Gerry Brodock founded Kris-Tech Wire in Rome, New York.  From the organization’s founding, Glenn and Gerry, along with Glenn’s son Jon were focused on continuous growth and improvement.   Today, Kris-Tech is led by the third generation of Brodocks. Since Jon retired in 2014, his son Graham has led the organization…

  • September Employee of the Month: Laura Lake!

    Congrats to our process engineer Laura Lake on receiving the employee of the month award! Laura sets an example every day with her collaborative mindset and commitment to excellence. At Kris-Tech, we are dedicated to enhancing flexibility and continuously improving our production process.   Throughout September, Laura has demonstrated an exemplary work ethic and an ability…

  • 5 Applications of Cathodic Protection Cable

    By Steve Pietrowksi, National Account Coordinator If an electrical contractor works in a corrosive environment, then cathodic protection cable is a must.   Cathodic protection cable (CPC) is a specific type of copper wire with a highly protective insulation. While THHN and XHHW have lots of uses in industrial and commercial construction, they are unusable in…

  • What is Cathodic Protection Cable?

    To understand Cathodic Protection Cable (CPC), it is first helpful to understand what Cathodic Protection (CP) is. CP is a way to prevent corrosion of metal. This system utilizes a sacrificial anode connected to what you are trying to protect via a cable.

  • Wire and Cable Manufacturers Alliance (WCMA) Awards Former Kris-Tech CEO with Distinguished Career Award

    On April 27, our former CEO Jon Brodock received the Distinguished Career Award from the Wire and Cable Manufacturers Alliance (WCMA).

  • Meet Jon Compas, Southwest Account Developer!

    Kris-Tech Wire is happy to introduce the newest team member of the sales team, Jon Compas! Jon is tasked with business development in the Southwestern states. His territory will cover the following states: Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Jon’s area of focus will be finding NEW opportunities in this region, while also empowering…

  • Meet Kevin Watkins, Northeast Account Developer!

    We would like to extend a warm welcome to Kevin Watkins! Kevin will head up Northeast Account Development and will cover the following states: Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. In his role with Kris-Tech, Kevin has been tasked with finding NEW opportunities in the Northeast while…

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