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OTTO Controls - OTTO Engineering  Profile

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OTTO Controls - OTTO Engineering  Company Overview

For over 40 years OTTO Controls, a division of OTTO Engineering, Inc., has been designing and manufacturing precision switches and operator controls for some of the most demanding applications, ranging from fork lift trucks to the space shuttle.

OTTO's position in the market is defined by high-value, high-quality, robust products, extensive customizing to suit specific needs, value added engineering and testing services and an unprecedented level of customer service. OTTO Controls is recognized worldwide for superior performance and innovative products.

OTTO Controls - OTTO Engineering  Products

The types of products manufactured by OTTO Controls - OTTO Engineering include switches and operator controls.

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