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Saia-Burgess - Johnson Electric - Honeywell  Profile

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Saia-Burgess - Johnson Electric - Honeywell  Company Overview

Saia-Burgess, whose headquarters are in Murten, Switzerland, has its own production facilities and sales network in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia. The Group focuses on strong growth segments in the automotive and industrial areas and on infrastructure automation. The product emphasis is on the development and production of switches, actuators, electronic products and electronic controllers.

Saia-Burgess was acquired by Johnson Electric in August, 2005.

Subsequently, in October, 2012, Johnson Electric sold the Saia-Burgess business unit to Honeywell International.

Saia-Burgess - Johnson Electric - Honeywell  Products

The types of products manufactured by Saia-Burgess - Johnson Electric - Honeywell include Switches, Motors, Solenoids, Programmable Controllers, Electronics, and Automotive Products.

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