Locating Cambium's Chinese plastics supplier

Greetings NANOG, a rare request here, I apologize that it is distanced from the usual network routing/design/administration areas of focus… posted on AFMUG too but NANOG seems to have many more people knowledgeable in the upstream manufacturing of devices. If there’s anywhere else where there is a concentration of such knowledge please let me know.

I’m looking to purchase a large number of Cambium’s e501s (outdoor WI-FI AP) mounting brackets, which they don’t sell individually (reasonable enough due to low demand).

A while ago on one of our packages from (passed through) Cambium, I noticed the name of a Chinese supplier that I didn’t recognize. I visited their website and they seemed to be Cambium’s plastics supplier, among other wireless and Wi-Fi I products. But I didn’t consider that information worth saving. Has anyone noticed that name so that I can attempt to buy a number of brackets directly, if they are allowed to sell them?

Reasoning: I’m trying to put together a “super-fast event Wi-Fi re-deployment” design. Basically, at the many locations where we offer Wi-Fi once or twice a year, we’d have existing e501S slide-on mounts, also terminated RJ45 ends with the cable glands in a tough plastic bag ziptied to the tower. All events would have the routers/PoE switches left onside with a standardized IP/VLAN/etc setup. The idea is that we can tell the techs “grab 15 event APs”, which don’t need to be programmed by the office as they have a standard config, and after climb the techs spend <1min per AP to slide on and plug in. So with these and other optimizations, an event of e.g. 5 sites x 3 APs per site can be fully re-deployed in 1-2hours, instead of the 1-2 days that we normally spend organizing, programming, attaching mounts, cabling, etc.