TE Connectivity Ltd. (Formerly Tyco Electronics Ltd.)

Company Profile




Rheinstrasse 20, Ch-8200 Schaffhausen, Switzerland

Business Overview

-The Company has established a global leadership position in the connector industry. It designs and manufactures connectivity and sensors solutions.

-The Company operates through three segments. The Transportation Solutions segment serves the automotive industry. The sales ratio for the automotive market accounted 44% of the Company's total sales in FY 2018.

Segment Key Markets
Transportation Solutions -Automotive
-Commercial transportation
Industrial Solutions -Industrial equipment
-Aerospace, defense, oil, and gas
Communications Solutions -Data and devices
-Subsea communications

-The automotive industry uses the Company's products in automotive technologies for body and chassis systems, convenience applications, driver information, infotainment solutions, miniaturization solutions, motor and powertrain applications, and safety and security systems. Hybrid and electronic mobility solutions include in-vehicle technologies, battery technologies, and charging solutions.


Transportation Solutions


-Listed on New York Stock Exchange.


Automotive Products
Relays and contactors
Wire and cable products
Heat shrink tubing
Lighting assemblies
Hybrid and electric mobility solutions
Infotainment connectivity solutions
Mechatronic components
Application tooling


2007 The Company was officially separated from Tyco International and became an independent company.
May 2008 Entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Radio Frequency Components and Subsystem business to Cobham Defense Electronic Systems.
Sep. 2008 Completed the divestiture of the automotive radar sensors business to Autoliv.
2010 Acquired ADC.
Mar. 2011 Changed its name to TE Connectivity.
Apr. 2012 Acquired Deutsch Group SAS.
Sep. 2014 Acquired American Sensor Technologies Inc., a manufacturer of pressure and position sensing systems.
Oct. 2014 Acquired US-based Measurement Specialties, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based systems, for USD 1.7 billion.
Mar. 2016 Completed the divestiture of the circuit protection business to Littelfuse.
May 2016 Acquired Jaquet Technology Group, a manufacturer of speed sensors
Jan. 2017 The Company's China auto business has started the second phase of its NEPZ Plant expansion project in Suzhou. Approximately USD 100 million is expected to be invested in this project, and new operations are scheduled to begin in 2017.
Aug. 2017 Completed the acquisition of Hirschmann Car Communication (HCC).GmbH, a German-based subsidiary of VOXX International Corporation in the U.S.

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