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Kulka - Marathon Special Products  Profile

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Kulka - Marathon Special Products  Company Overview

Kulka was founded in 1939 by Eugene Kulka, and in 1942 began the production of MIL spec terminal blocks. Today, the Kulka product line is very broad and well respected in the electrical and electronics industries. The Kulka Terminal Block line was acquired from Dialight Corporation in July, 1989 by Marathon Special Products. Marathon Special Products, a Regal-Beloit company, is a manufacturing company engaged in the design and sale of Terminal Blocks and Fuse Holders, which provide interconnection and circuit protection of electrical systems. Our market focus is major Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Electrical Panel Builders.

Kulka - Marathon Special Products  Products

The types of products manufactured by Kulka - Marathon Special Products include Terminal Blocks.

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