License Agreement Basics
Frequently Asked Questions
Non-REELEX licensees must sign a separate license agreement to use ProFlex packaging. Royalty fees are indicated below. A US$3,500.00 one-time license fee is paid upon signing the license agreement.
ProFlex is part of the REELEX umbrella of patents, thus a current REELEX license agreement gives full rights to the use of ProFlex packaging.
No additional fees are payable to REELEX beyond those currently paid for the use of the REELEX system of patents.
ProFlex is a patented technology whose use is administered through a current and signed license agreement.
All products packaged by ProFlex, whether REELEX coils or not, use unique technology licensed by REELEX Packaging Solutions, Inc.
REELEX Royalty Fees
One-Time License Fee
There is a single, one-time license fee of US$7,500.00 payable upon signing a license agreement contract with REELEX. This fee represents the acquisition of rights to REELEX intellectual property.
Once the license fee has been paid and the agreement signed, the licensee abides by one of the schedules in the section below.
All users of the REELEX system, including manufacturers, OEMs or distributors packaging using REELEX technology pay royalties based on the following schedule:
|Royalty Schedules||Rented Equipment||Fixed Annual Fee||Variable Fee|
|Royalty Type||For machines rented from REELEX, the royalty fees are billed separately from the machine rental starting in 2014.||Each year a single royalty fee is paid for the use of as many REELEX coils as can be produced.||Licensees pay a percentage of net sales of products sold in REELEX. Each fiscal quarter, the licensee provides a report of net sales in REELEX packaging from which royalties are calculated.|
|Eligibility||Licensees renting coiling machines from REELEX who are not already on the variable fee schedule.||All REELEX licensees owning one or two REELEX coiling machines.||Licensees operating three or more REELEX coiling machines.|
|Payable||Monthly.||Annually or quarterly as desired.||At the end of each fiscal quarter.|
|Schedule||See Table Below||See Table Below||0.35% of Net Sales in REELEX|
REELEX Royalty Fees (2018)
|Coiling Machines:||Single-Spindle Machines|
(RS1, D-750, S290)
REELEX Licensee List
Want to know which manufacturers are using genuine REELEX packaging? Take a look. We have over 100 licensees on nearly every continent.
REELEX Licensees are asked to print the REELEX trademark on their packaging so that their customers know the coil inside is a genuine REELEX coil and will provide the superior payout performance they expect.
If you are a current licensee and require the REELEX trademark logo, please let us know.
|Access Cable Co. (Furukawa Group)||2009||Japan|
|Advanced Digital Cable||1997||USA|
|Andrew Telecommunications India, PVT. LTD. (CommScope)||2013||India|
|Aomori Showa Electric (SWCC Group)||1997||Japan|
|Arrow Wire & Cable||1990||USA|
|Bee Wire & Cable||1989||USA|
|BITNER (Zaklady Kablowe BITNER Spolka z.o.o)||2014||Poland|
|Burton Wire & Cable||1992||USA|
|Ching Tai Electric Wire & Cable (CTi)||2007||Taiwan|
|Corning Optical Communications GmbH & Co. KG||1998||Germany|
|Dah San Electric Wire & Cable Corp.||1998||Taiwan|
|Draka UK (Prysmian Group)||1989||England|
|EIS Wire & Cable||1989||USA|
|Falcon Fine Wire & Wire Products||1990||USA|
|Fibrain sp. Z o.o.||2017||Poland|
|Gaon Cable||1999||South Korea|
|General Cables Orfandis Bros||2000||Greece|
|General Wire Products||2004||USA|
|Haiyan (Zhejiang Haiyan Electric Cable)||2014||China|
|Genesis Cable (Resideo)||1996||USA|
|Keystone Wire & Cable||1986||USA|
|LS Cable & System||1999||South Korea|
|LTK Cable||1995||Hong Kong|
|Middle East Specialized Cables Factory||1999||Saudi Arabia|
|Nippon Seisen Cable||1996||Japan|
|Oki Electric Cable||1997||Indonesia|
|PCNet Wire & Cable||2007||Taiwan|
|ShenZhen Owire Communication Technology Co.,Ltd.||2016||China|
|ShenZhen PangNgaiKui Technology Co., LTD||2016||China|
|Shinko Electric Industrial||1997||Japan|
|Showa Cable (SWCC Group)||1996||Japan|
|Southwire (formerly Coleman Cable)||1983||USA|
|Structured Cable Products||2015||USA|
|Sunf Pu Technology||2018||Taiwan|
|Taihan Electric Wire||1999||South Korea|
|Taiyoung Electronics||1997||South Korea|
|Telcon Fios (Prysmian Group)||2002||Brazil|
|Teldor Wires & Cables||1995||Israel|
|Thai Wonderful Wire, Ltd||2017||Thailand|
|Times Fiber (TFC Group)||1979||USA|
|Tonichi Kyosan Cable (Hitachi Group)||1996||Japan|
|U-Jin Cable (TFC Group)||2004||South Korea|
|Windy City Wire||1992||USA|
|Yazaki Electric Wire||1998||Japan|
|Zhaolong (Zhejiang Zhaolong Cable)||2015||China|
|ZheJiang ShengYang Science & Technology Co., Ltd.||2017||China|
|ZTC (Zhangjiagang Twentsche Cable)||2015||China|
|YFC-BonEagle Electric Co., LTD.||2019||Taiwan|
Look for the REELEX Logo on the package
The REELEX trademark is required by the license agreement to be printed on all packages containing REELEX technology. Every package made on a REELEX machine should have a REELEX mark located somewhere on the package. No logo? Think twice about installing that cable!
Over 100 of the worlds most trusted wire and cable manufacturers use REELEX technology. Like an “Intel Inside” logo, the REELEX trademark signifies that the coil inside is a genuine REELEX coil that will work as expected. Don’t see the REELEX logo? Check to make sure your cable is manufactured by a REELEX licensee. If it’s not, think twice about using it. The majority of non-compliant and counterfeit cables use knock-off REELEX packaging. It’s one of the first warning signs that the cable you’re installing may be problematic or even dangerous!