ABA was established in 1996. Today, our cabling brand “Elite” is synonymous with unsurpassed performance. For years,ABA has been private labeling for some of the top players in the Datacom Industry. In the past, the likes of AMP, IBM, Lucent/Avaya, among others, have all used our factories to produce their cable because of its quality, consistency and outstanding performance.
We pride ourselves, not only as a great quality manufacturer, but also as a front runner in product development. Our engineering group has been the driving force to make us among the leader of the industry.
Our factories have been producing our “Elite” brand product for Local Area Network, including copper, fiber cable and connectivity. As a solution provider, we also provide whatever your cabling needs, such as wire harness and cable assembly.
ABA will continue to provide the best quality products with competitive pricing. ABA will continue to stay ahead of our peers in developing new products to accommodate the needs of our customers. ABA will keep abreast of the new technology. It has been our ultimate goal to continue to help our customers grow their business and gain their market shares.
For over 2 decades, ABA has worked with our customers to offer complete solutions for their high performance data communication needs with our global factories support. We are here to provide the best quality product/service with competitive pricing to help our customers increase their business and continue gaining the market shares.
Besides trying, we also believe in giving and sharing. ABA has been proactive in participating charity events both locally and globally. It is our mission to provide positive energy to the communities in which we work and live in. Trying to make this world a better place.
“Mama Hill’s Help, Inc, a Watts-based after school program founded in 2001, is a refuge for these 50 or so kids and their families; a place for learning and, for once in their lives, a violence free zone.”
“In November of 2006, as part of our mission to serve the community, we began to fight hunger by gathering and distributing food, engaging in partnerships that advance self-sufficiency and by providing leadership on issues related to hunger.”
-New Challenge Ministries
“It is our mission to provide positive energy to the communities in which we work and live in.” – Paul Chang, ABA President