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DDK Electronics - Fujikura Products  Profile

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DDK Electronics - Fujikura Products  Company Overview

DDK Ltd. was established in October, 1963 through joint investment by Fujikura Ltd, Iwatsu Electric Co, Amphenol-Borg Electronics and two other companies.

DDK Electronics - Fujikura Products  Products

The types of products manufactured by DDK Electronics - Fujikura Products include Electrical and electronic connectors including rack and panel connectors, printed circuit board connectors, circular connectors, sockets and cable assemblies, RF connectors and cable assemblies, Flat ribbon cable connectors and cable assemblies, and Fiber optic connectors, optical links and cable assemblies.

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