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European Manufacturing Plants

PPC has several manufacturing locations throughout Europe in Parham, United Kingdom; Praesto, Denmark; and Bickenbach, Germany.


United Kingdom

Unit 1 Parham Airfield
Parham, Suffolk IP13 9AF

Phone: +44 1728 276 600

  • 30,000 sq ft building
  • 20,000 sq ft manufacturing space
  • TL9000, ISO 9001, ISO 14000 certified
  • R&D and test laboratory

UK Manufacturing Location

PPC's manufacturing facility in the United Kingdom is home to multiple teams focused on the production and manufacturing of fiber pathway products, research and development departments, and regional support. The products manufactured in the U.K. are distributed to customers around the world, with a focus on our United Kingdom partners.


Vaerkstedsvej 14
4720 Praesto, Denmark

Phone: +45 55991722

  • 3,000 m3 building
  • 2,000 m3 manufacturing space
  • ISO9001, ISO14001 certified
  • ISO45001 certification coming in 2023
  • Test laboratory for coaxial and fiber products

Denmark Manufacturing Location

The PPC Denmark manufacturing and support location focuses on key coaxial and fiber products to serve the entire Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. In Denmark, PPC manufactures fiber crimp splices and cabinets, and coaxial connectors and jumpers. Also in Denmark are research and development teams, and regional support staff.


Carl-Zeiss-Str. 1
64404 Bickenbach, Germany

Phone: +49 6257 50600 0

  • 2,000 sq m building
  • 1,000 sq m warehouse space
  • 500 sq m manufacturing space
  • ISO9001:2015 certified
  • Prototyping capabilities

Germany Manufacturing Location

At PPC Germany, we have full teams of research and development, manufacturing and regional support staff. In Germany, we produce a number of FTTx and LAN products, such as pre-terminated street cabinets, crimp splices, multi-port trunk cables, patch cords, and more. The products developed in our Germany location are distributed to customers all around Europe.


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