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Aurrigo acquires GB Wiring Systems Limited.

Aurrigo are pleased to announce it has acquired GB Wiring Systems Limited, specialist providers of electrical wiring harnesses and assemblies for the Automotive industry.

GB Wiring, based in Leicestershire, UK, has been operating for 11 years as a complete wiring solution supplier of electrical wiring systems for the Automotive and Industrial Sectors; whilst there is no cross over of customer base, there is strong synergy between the existing products and skills of both Aurrigo and GB Wiring. 

Graham Keene, Director of Corporate Development said:

“This Acquisition brings us enhanced capabilities and capacity in our core Automotive area of wiring harnesses and electrical components. In addition, we will continue to leverage these capabilities which we have used so successfully in developing our Autonomous and Aviation divisions.  Given our successful track record of acquiring businesses, we are confident of smoothly integrating GB Wiring to ensure continuity of service for its established customer base and are delighted to be welcoming GB Wiring’s skilled team into the Group.

Mark Robson and Mike Francks, GB Wiring, commented:

“Aurrigo is a long-established leader in automotive electronics and we are pleased to be joining the team. We are confident that our capabilities and expertise can enhance Aurrigo’s existing offering and will ensure that there is a smooth transition for both our staff and our customers”.


We’re demonstrating the time to accept automation on the ground is coming sooner than we think”

David Keene, CEO Aurrigo

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