Custom Cable Assemblies for the Transportation Industry
For more than 45 years, CMA has been a leader in providing quality safety, restraint and control cable assemblies to the transportation industry, serving automotive, heavy truck, recreational vehicles, railroad and other manufacturers.
Whether you are moving goods by rail, forklift trucks or self-guided transporting equipment, CMA configures cable assemblies for the transportation industry. Regardless if you are a Tier One or Tier Two supplier, you will recognize our cables on most major brands of automobiles and heavy trucks today. CMA has built it—whether it’s a safety cable used in seat belt systems, a restraint cable used on Class 8 truck hoods or a control cable used in seating and latches.
Why CMA: High Standards, High Quality
CMA has been designing and manufacturing cable assemblies since 1974 and as a certified IATF16949 and ISO9001 company, you can be assured we put quality first in all that we do.
Mechanical Cables for the Transportation Industry
Just some of the examples of our cable and cable assembly products for the transportation industry include:
- Seat Release
- Door Latch
- Brake release
- Fuel door release
- Head restraint release
- Hood release
- Key lock
- Manual seat adjustments
- Shift cables
- Trunk release
- Convertible tops
- Mirror controls
- Window regulators
Restraint / Safety
- Seat to frame
- Load Restraint
- Glove box door
- Hood check
- Power seat drive
Let CMA’s Design and Engineering team create the right cable for your application. As a IATF16949 registered company, you know we speak your language!
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Client Spotlight: Leading Truck Manufacturer
Our customer is a global technology leader in the design, manufacture and customer support of high-quality, premium trucks. They contacted us to create a pull-pull cable system for an in-cab hood release that needed to be both heavy-duty and safe, as well as aesthetically appealing.
Accounting for Lost Motion
Considering Design Factors of Lost Motion
Calculating Minimum Bend Radius for Cable Systems
Understanding Cable Bend Radius To Prevent Damage
Constructional Stretch and Elastic Stretch: Do They Alter Your Cable Design?
Examining the Nuances of Cable Stretch
Choosing the Best Control Cable for Your Application
Defining Cable Criteria for Optimal Performance
Choosing the Proper Conduit for Your Application
Protecting Wire and Cable Routes With Conduits
Swaged vs Shuttle Molded Conduit Fittings
Differences & Benefits of Swaged vs. Shuttled Molded Conduit Fittings