The development of the GMT255/257 Aztek and Rendevouz platform harnesses began.
The development of the Ford P131 Pick Up harnesses began.
Automatic cable twisting machines with 2 and 3 circuit cores were developed.
Product with automotive interface modules was designed.
Harness testing activities were transferred from the Technical Center to CIDEC. Development of harnesses for injectors, spark plugs and battery cables for the “J-Car”.
The development of GMT800 Pick Up and Suburban platform harnesses began.
The development of C195 Ford Ikon platform harnesses began.
The project to reduce the cost of harnesses through purchase, management and variety of cable specifications was implemented.
The development of a functional prototype for curve-signs on highways, safety-cones, and entrances to parking lots in POF (plastic optical fiber) began, considering the capture of light from cars. The system for charging batteries using a Solar Panel was developed.
The new Queretaro Technical Center came into operation for the development of products due to growth in the development of automotive embedded software.
A project was developed to optimize quotation times for new products.
The design of the IBEC module was developed with the validation of proposals from Apaseo Under the Robust Design System.
The redesign of the EDS for the harnesses of the B410 EcoSport platform began, considerig the standardization/localization of components including integrated modules, presenting a more competitive integrated option to the client.
The development of harnesses for the Honda Cargo Motorcycle began.
The Electrical System of the Chrysler platform was developed, aligned with the client’s system and generating 2D information for the manufacture of the Tier-1 Customers TI, EDSCHA, KAUTEX.
The KSK system was implemented in Arcomex, which allows electronic communication in real time with VW and enables piece by piece manufacturing according to the client’s requirements.
The information update in C3P system infrastructure was established for P-131 and PN96 Platforms, Model 2005 onwards.
The electronic system and manufacture of the CHMSL GMT 900 HELLA was developed.
The Electrical System of the GMT319 platform was developed with Application Activities generating 2D information for manufacturing.
The development of the Electrical System of the GMT166/168 platforms began with the Application Engineering Activities generating 2D information for manufacturing.
The SDEE laboratory was renovated to be able to count on a Laboratory in optimum conditions for carrying out the laboratory tests.
The Electrical / Electronic System of the GMT900 platform was developed aligned with the client’s IVED system generating 2D information for manufacturing.
The Components and Specifications Engineering area was opened, directed exclusively at Condumex projects.
The responsibility for the maintenance of the fuel tank harnesses of the GMT001 and GMT166 platforms for the Kautex client was assumed.
The development of the EDS (Electrical Distribution System) began for the J300 Delta II platform in accordance with the client’s SOR. Subsystem Technical Specification (80.06 Power and Signal Distribution System.
The Electrical System of the Jetta NF / NBNF platform was developed with Architecture (Lcable), 3D design (Catia) and Application (Ldorado) Activities, generating 2D information for manufacturing and releases in KVS.
The Electrical System of the GMT31 1 platform was developed with Application Activities generating 2D information for manufacturing.
Aluminum-core alternator and battery cables were developed to reduce weight by up to 30%.
Coaxial cables were developed for vehicle satellite reception systems, mobile phone and AM, FM reception.
The antenna cable subsystems were incorporated into the manufacturing processes.
The office of design and engineering for power and signal distribution systems began operations in Wolfsburg, Germany.
The development of the Electrical System of the K2XX platform began with Application Activities generating 2D information for manufacturing.
The development of the VALEO Electrical System of the K2XX and P1LL platform began, with the Application Activities generating 2D information for manufacturing in accordance with the Client’s requirements.
The development of the Condumex Share Data database for the Harness Division began.
We obtained the business and began activities for the Golf A7 harnesses project.
The primary cables were developed in aluminum as a replacement for copper core cables to reduce weight in the automotive electrical distribution systems.
The pilot manufacturing line for alternator harnesses with aluminum cable began.
The development of the divisional time manual began and stage 1 was concluded.
We offer local contents and vertical integration since we manufacture our own automotive cable.
Opening of engineering offices in Ingoldstat, Germany.
Battery Cable harness award for Audi’s new assembly plant in México. Apaseo El Grande and San Felipe receive the 2014 GM’s Supplier Quality Excellence Award.
Launch of new programs: GM Aveo and VW Passat, sequencing start up for VW Chattanooga, TN.