Trek Connect of Lumberton, New Jersey, was founded in 1997 by Miriam (Mimi) Jacobs. A veteran of more than 30 years in the connector marketplace, Jacobs capitalized on an opportunity to create her own wire harness and cable assembly business and guided the company to success.
Trek Connect manufactures cable assemblies, wire harnesses and specialized switching systems for defense contractors, concentrating on the shipbuilding and aerospace industries, commercial OEMs and research institutions. Its focus on producing highly engineered, high-tech, low-volume applications (including data and power transmission systems for shipboard, aerospace and scientific research) has enabled Trek Connect to attract and retain high-profile customers including Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and their respective subcontractors.
Cage Code: 1CJX2
Trek's products are battlefield-proven in some of the most demanding sea, air, and land-based environments, including Seawolf and Virginia Class Submarines, DDG Destroyers, CV Aircraft Carriers and CG Cruisers.
Trek’s engineering team has experience focused on the design and specification of cable assemblies and wire harnesses for defense applications.
Trek Connect trains and certifies all assembly staff to IPC/WHMA-620A - Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies, including three who are authorized to train and certify staff to this industry standard.
Trek is committed to providing quality defect-free products delivered on a timely basis, that consistently meet or exceed customer expectations, contract requirements, and specifications.