Bentek Adds Second Manufacturing Shift to Meet Customer Demand


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Bentek, a leader in manufacturing a broad range of solar OEM power distribution products for the residential, commercial and utility-scale marketplaces, has increased its manufacturing capacity by adding a second shift at its new San Jose, California manufacturing facility. The second shift has been added in response to growing customer demand. Bentek has shipped more than 35,000 string combiners with more than 15 million feet of cable harnesses and whips into 5GW of commercial and utility-scale projects.

Wesley DeLap, Director of Operations for Bentek, commented, “Bentek has continued to see an increase in demand from customers on Balance Of System PV products. Bentek has added a second manufacturing shift in order to ship a record number of PV products in the second half of 2015. As Bentek continues to see demand increase, the company will continue to add capacity as needed to meet customer demand.”

For more information about Bentek’s solar products , please contact Bentek at 1-866-505-0303 or visit www.bentek.com.   

About Bentek

Founded in 1985, Bentek is a leader in engineered electromechanical and power distribution solutions for industrial applications.  Bentek designs and manufactures products such as wiring harnesses, electrical combiner boxes, and custom OEM assemblies for the solar energy and semiconductor markets.  Bentek is an ISO certified company. For more information, contact Bentek Solar at 866-505-0303, e-mail SolarSales@bentek.com or visit www.Bentek.com.

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