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Samwha Capacitors  Profile

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Samwha Capacitors  Company Overview

Samwha Group was established in 1956. Samwha is a manufacturer of electronic/electrical components. The primary plant is based in South Korea as well as oversea subsidiaries in China & Indonesia.

Samwha Capacitors  Products

The types of products manufactured by Samwha Capacitors include Multi-layer Chip Capacitors, Disc Ceramic Capacitors, Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, Surge Absorbers, EMI Suppressors, AC Film Capacitors, and Ferrite Products.

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