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U.S. Manufacturing Plants

PPC's corporate manufacturing headquarters is located in Syracuse, New York with additional manufacturing facilities in Shawnee, Kansas; and Anniston, Alabama.


Syracuse, New York

6176 East Molloy Road,
East Syracuse, NY 13057

Phone: (315) 431-7200

  • 92,000 sq ft building
  • 70,000 sq ft manufacturing space
  • Additional warehouse & office buildings
  • ISO9001:2015 & ISO14001:2015 certified
  • TL9000 - H R 6.2/5.7 certified
  • Test laboratory

Syracuse Manufacturing Location

PPC's corporate headquarters is based in Syracuse, NY with multiple buildings that service manufacturing, shipping and office space. In Syracuse, PPC manufactures and assembles key products for xTTx®, including QuikPush® cable assemblies, coaxial connectors and hardline connectors. The products manufactured in Syracuse are distributed to customers worldwide. PPC was founded in the Syracuse area and opened the East Molloy Road facility in 1996.

Shawnee, Kansas

8540 Hedge Lane Terrace
Shawnee, KS 66223

Phone: (913) 491-8088

  • 87,000 sq ft building
  • 39,000 sq ft manufacturing space
  • ISO/TL9000 - H R 6.2/5.7 certified

Shawnee Manufacturing Location

In Shawnee, PPC's facility has production and manufacturing teams who focus on the assembly of fiber street cabinets that are essential for outside plant fiber networks of all types. The street cabinets manufactured in Shawnee are distributed to customers all around North America. PPC acquired the Shawnee facility in 2019.

Anniston, Alabama

1750 Coleman Road,
Anniston, AL 36207

Phone: (256) 835-0900

  • 18,000 sq ft building
  • 13,000 sq ft manufacturing space
  • ISO9001:2015 certification in progress

Anniston Manufacturing Location

PPC's Anniston facility is home to production and manufacturing teams who specialize in the creation of RF plug-ins for coax networks. The RF plug-ins manufactured in Anniston are shipped to customers all around North America. PPC acquired the Anniston facility in 2022.


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