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Harison Toshiba Lighting  Profile

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Harison Toshiba Lighting  Company Overview

Harison was founded in 1944 and incorporated as Harison Electric Company Limited of Japan in 1950. Harison Electric USA, formerly Pacific Industrial Components Corporation (PICC), was established in 1989 as a joint venture with Harison, subsequently merging with Toshiba Lighting America in April, 2000 to form the company known today as Harison Toshiba Lighting, Inc.

Harison Toshiba Lighting  Products

The types of products manufactured by Harison Toshiba Lighting include Wedge Base Lamps, Wire Terminal Lamps, Mini-Base Lamps, Glass Bi-Pin, Cold Cathode Lamps, Inverters, Axial & Festoon Lamps, Mini-Color Lamps, and Silicon Color Filters.

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