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Foxconn Electronics  Profile

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Foxconn Electronics  Company Overview

Foxconn Electronics, established in Taiwan in 1974, is a global leader in providing mechanical solutions to the Electronics industry. It is the largest manufacturer of connectors for use in PCs in Taiwan and a leading manufacturer of connectors and cable assemblies in the world. The company also manufactures enclosures, primarily for desktop PCs and PC servers.

Foxconn Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Foxconn Electronics include Connectors & Cable.

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