Philatron Wire and Cable

Philatron History

  • 1974 Company founded as a sole proprietor by Phillip M. Ramos, Jr. (DBA Phillips International).
  • 1975 Supplied power cables with Hubbell connectors to Fluor for Alaska Pipe Line.
  • 1976 Designed and made first custom coiled cables for Atlantic Richfield Company.
  • 1977 Introduced and manufactured new line of high quality coiled electrical cable assemblies to heavy duty trucking industry.
  • 1978 Incorporated in the State of California as Philatron International, Inc.
  • 1979 Purchased machinery to manufacture wire and cable.
  • 1980 Obtained UL & CSA listings for wire and cable and cord sets.
  • 1986 Invented and patented 7 way indestructible Xenoy plug (Stallion Cables) for heavy duty trucking industry.
  • 1987 Received first large contract for 7 way heavy duty cable assemblies from Navistar International.
  • 1988 Received and patented for 7 way indestructible Xenoy plug (Stallion Cables) for heavy duty trucking industry.
  • 1993 Invented and patented heavy wall coiled air hoses (Stallion Supreme) for heavy duty trucking industry.
  • 1995 Purchased machinery for drawing and fabrication copper rod to fine stranded conductors.
  • 1996 Purchased machinery for roping giant conductors to 4,000,000 circular mills.
  • 1997 Received military contract for supplying large size power cables.
  • 2000 Invented software program for increasing quoting time of custom cables from 3 days to 15 minutes.
  • 2002 Purchased machinery for producing and curing thermoset rubber power cables.
  • 2008 Received Medium Family of the Year Award – Orange County Family Business Council.
  • 2009 Changed name from Philatron International to DBA Philatron Wire & Cable.  Received UL listings for Electrical Vehicle (EV) Cables and Photovoltaic (Solar) cables.
  • 2010 Received Supplier of the Year Award – Southern California Edison
  • 2011 Invented “Green Friendly” high voltage cables to 35,000 volts.
  • 2011 Invented Flexy Extension Cords.

Philatron Logo Time line

Philatron Logo 1974


Philatron Stallion Heavy Duty Trucking Logo 1979 to 2007


Philatron Stallion Heavy Duty Trucking Logo 2008-Present

2008-Present Day

Philatron Logo 2007 to 2010


Philatron Logo 2011 to present Day

2011-Present Day