International Wire, headquartered in Camden, New York is the largest non-vertically integrated copper and copper-alloy wire products manufacturer in the United States. Our expanded operations in Europe further distinguish our unique footprint. Our unmatched capabilities and value proposition reside in the capacity and breadth of products we offer, which service a wide range of applications representing a variety of diverse major market segments.

Look no further than International Wire for the highest quality bare, tin-plated, silver-plated and nickel-plated copper wires, as well as specialty items such as copper-based alloys, aluminum conductors or engineered electrical solutions.



President, CEO and Operating Partner


Greg Smith joined International Wire in 2019 and is responsible for the company’s strategic direction and growth plan.  His focus has been on safety of all employees, customer service, operational excellence and strategic growth.   Prior to joining International Wire, Greg spent 14 years at Times Microwave and The Marmon Group, leading strategic growth and turnarounds in a number of growth oriented, mission-critical businesses.

Chief Financial Officer


Doug Woodworth joined International Wire in 2021 and is responsible for leading all aspects of the company’s financial functions. He supports the company’s business operations to reach growth objectives through an analytical and process focus. Doug has over two decades of progressive responsibility in accounting and finance.

Vice President of Procurement and Logistics


Geoff Kent joined International Wire in 2001, working in manufacturing operations roles for several years before proceeding to Procurement. He has been responsible for the company’s Procurement and Logistics Groups since 2010.  Understanding the product cycle, from raw material sourcing to customer delivery, allows him to deliver strategic perspective to the organization.

Vice President of Human Resources


Stacey Ingraham joined International Wire in 2014 and is responsible for the oversight of Human Resources services, policies and programs for the North American Enterprise.  During her tenure with the company, Stacey spent 3 years in a manufacturing management role which provided her with a unique perspective into understanding the needs of all employees while also supporting the mission of International Wire. Prior to joining International Wire, Stacey spent 20 years in the medical industry.

Vice President of Sales


Lenny Argentine joined International Wire in 1994 and has held various Commercial roles across multiple International Wire divisions.  His focus is to develop long-term business development strategies.  Lenny earned his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from LeMoyne College and his MBA from State University of New York at Oswego.

International Wire Group


2020 – IW completes sale of HPC, Inc., its business unit in Trenton, Georgia, to Teleflex Medical OEM LLC

2019 – IW acquires Owl Wire and Cable

2019 – Atlas Holdings acquires IW

2011 – IW acquires Fhoenix Cuivre

2008 – IW acquires Hamilton Products

2008 – IW acquires Global Wire (Wyre Wynd, Negev & Montgomery Wire)

2006 – IW acquires Phelps Dodge High Performance Conductors

1999 – IW acquires Forissier

1998 – IW acquires Spargo Wire

1998 – IW acquires Italtrecce

1997 – IW acquires Camden Wire

1995 – International Wire (IW) formed from Omega Wire

1989 – Phelps Dodge International acquires Hudson Wire (becomes Phelps Dodge High Performance Conductors)

1972 – Omega Wire founded in Williamstown, NY

1970 – Wyre Wynd founded in Jewett City, CT

1969 – Hudson Wire opens plant in Inman, SC

1958 – Tresse Metallique J Forissier founded in Saint-Chamond, France

1955 – Italrecce founded in Vinovo, Italy

1929 – Camden Wire founded in Camden, NY

1907 – Royal & Akin incorporated as Hudson Wire

1902 – Royal & Akin founded in Newark, NJ

1885 – Spargo Wire founded in Rome, NY