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SKC - Shinano Kenshi  Profile

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SKC - Shinano Kenshi  Company Overview

SKC manufacturers small motors, including DC, stepper, servo, brushless motors. Shinano Kenshi is a leading motor manufacturer with strong ties to the automotive market, and the medical field. It also maintains a strong hold in the office and computer peripheral markets and security surveillance.

SKC - Shinano Kenshi  Products

The types of products manufactured by SKC - Shinano Kenshi include Precision Electric Motor & Actuator, Carbon & silk materials, Industrial System Equipment, and Storage & Network equipment.

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