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Ryosei - Mitsubishi Cable  Profile

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Ryosei - Mitsubishi Cable  Company Overview

The Dalian Ryosei Automotive Components Co. was created to provide a large capacity for the automotive needs of Mitsubishi Cable Industries, Ltd and its affiliated companies. The new facility has a design and development center where engineering teams will design a wide range of products, including harnesses and harness components. The manufacturing lines will produce harnesses and connectors, as well as components for Mitsubishi Cable's sealing division. The mission of the Dalian facility is to effectively meet the global needs and expectations of Mitsubishi Cable Industries' customers.

Ryosei - Mitsubishi Cable  Products

The types of products manufactured by Ryosei - Mitsubishi Cable include harnesses connectors, and components.

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