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Mallory - Vishay - Cornell Dubilier  Profile

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Mallory - Vishay - Cornell Dubilier  Company Overview

North American Capacitor Company's Mallory Products Group Distributor Division was acquired from Vishay Intertechnology in April, 2002 by cornell Dubilier. Cornell Dubilier, a leading manufacturer of capacitors, has been serving the electronic industry since 1909. Cornell Dubilier is accredited by the RvAc Dutch Council for Accreditation for ISO9001:2000 at its manufacturing facility in Liberty, SC. Similar approval to ISO9001:2000 exists at the Mexicali, Mexico and New Bedford, MA facilities.

Mallory - Vishay - Cornell Dubilier  Products

The types of products manufactured by Mallory - Vishay - Cornell Dubilier include Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, Disc Ceramic Capacitors, Film Capacitors, Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors, Solid Tantalum Capacitors, AC Products, Controls and Switches, Hardware, and DC Voltage Rotary Fans.

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