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Fujitsu Takamisawa FCAI  Profile

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Fujitsu Takamisawa FCAI  Company Overview

Fujitsu Components America, Inc. initially began operations in the U.S. on April 1, 1996 under the name Fujitsu Takamisawa America, Inc., as a subsidiary of Fujitsu Takamisawa Component Ltd., a joint venture between Fujitsu Limited and Takamisawa Electric Company Ltd. of Japan. The company was renamed Fujitsu Components America, Inc. on October 1, 2001 when Fujitsu Takamisawa Component Limited and Takamisawa Electric Co. Ltd. unified their businesses and formed Fujitsu Component Limited. Fujitsu Components America, Inc. FCAI) supplies connectors, relays, resistive touch panels, keyboards, pointing and input devices, KVM switches, and thermal printer mechanisms to original equipment manufacturers and resellers of a broad range of electronic equipment across all industry.

Fujitsu Takamisawa FCAI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Fujitsu Takamisawa FCAI include Connectors, Relays, Resistive Touch Panels, KVM Switches, Keyboard, Mouse and Pointing Devices, Thermal Printers, and Optical Modules.

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