Acome GmbH

Solutions for a connected world

Profile

Since more than 60 years ACOME is one of the three world's largest manufacturers of automotive high tech, eco-friendly and halogen free wires and cables in the automotive industry.
ACOME sells its product portfolio to the leading harness makers who supply car manufacturers in Europe, South America and Asia through its industrial plants and competence centers in Germany, France, Brazil and China.

Technologies / Research Focus

  • Electron-Beam Crosslinking process expertise available in Europe, China and Brazil
  • Own development expertise for new insulation materials
  • Improved high-tech process for quality and service to our customers
  • Alternative conductors for weight optimization
  • Green technology and eco-design

Products / Services

  • Single-core wires for severe environment up to 200°C
  • High specialized multi-cores cables and customer-oriented special wires
  • High flexible battery cables
  • High voltage cables and wires for hybrid and electric cars
  • Large range of customizable shielding solutions
  • Cost and weight reduction through optimized wire design
  • Cross section reduction through thin wires design

Info

Range of wires and cables from 0,13mm² to 90mm² for temperature classes up to 200°C for worldwide automotive customers:
OEMs: AUDI, BMW, DAIMLER, FIAT, FORD, GM OPEL, PEUGEOT CITROËN, RENAULT NISSAN, SAAB, VOLKSWAGEN
Harness Manufacturers: CABELETTRA, COROPLAST, DELPHI, DRÄXLMAIER, KROSCHU, LEAR, LEONI, NEXANS, SUMITOMO, YAZAKI

Automotive Portfolio (Source: Acome GmbH)
Automotive Portfolio (Source: Acome GmbH)
Automotive Industry: Worldwide presence (Source: Acome GmbH)
Automotive Industry: Worldwide presence (Source: Acome GmbH)
Contact
Acome GmbH
Eutelis-Platz 1
40878 Ratingen
 
Thomas Noetzel
Key Account Manager
+49 151 52881461
+49 2102 30975-50
 
Homepage:

www.acome.com

FP7 - seventh framework programme
European Union
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme FP7 under grant agreement n° 285811.