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Molveno OEM Service - MOS  Profile

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Molveno OEM Service - MOS  Company Overview

Molveno OEM Service group, based in Bologna, Italy, produces a wide range of electro-mechanical components that are used in electrical, electronic and lighting applications.

Molveno OEM Service - MOS  Products

The types of products manufactured by Molveno OEM Service - MOS include Switches, Terminal Blocks, Cable Glands, Fasteners, Cable Ties, Heating Elements, Heat Shrink Tubing, Signal Lights, Pressure Switches, Power Cords, Microswitches, Lampholders, Power LEDs, and Lighting Components.

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