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International Manufacturing Services - IMS  Profile

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International Manufacturing Services - IMS  Company Overview

Since 1974, IMS has been supplying the electronics industry with the finest thick and thin film chip resistors and chip attenuators. Today, IMS products can be found in telecommunications equipment, medical devices, space vehicles, aircraft, automobiles, oil exploration equipment, endangered species tracking devices, life support equipment, and home entertainment products.

International Manufacturing Services - IMS  Products

The types of products manufactured by International Manufacturing Services - IMS include Thick Film Resistors, Thin Film Resistors, and Semi-Custom Resistor Products.

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