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SOFASCO  Profile

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SOFASCO  Company Overview

SOFASCO, Inc., founded in 1981, is a manufacturer and international supply chain integrator consisting of one manufacturing division and five operating divisions: SOFASCO manufactures a wide range of ball bearing and sleeve AC/DC axial fans, blowers and chip coolers (including specials) for a variety of environments - high humidity, high temperature, high particulate contamination, low noise, extended life for medical equipment and telecommunication OEM's, electronic developers, as well as the aviation sector. SOFASCO also manufactures fan trays for the electronic enclosure industry.

SOFASCO  Products

The types of products manufactured by SOFASCO include ball bearing & sleeve AC/DC axial fans, blowers, chip coolers, and fan trays.

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