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San-O Industrial - SOC Fuse  Profile

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San-O Industrial - SOC Fuse  Company Overview

San-O Industrial Corporation was established by SOC Corporation, in 1977 to serve customers in North America. It's facility has always been located in Long Island, New York, and initially provided only products manufactured at other worldwide locations. In 1981 San-O Industrial began manufacture of fuses for the telecommunications market and we have continued to grow over the years. Parent company, SOC Corporation, was founded in 1958, in Japan.  San-O Industrial specializes in small fuses and fuse holders used for the electronics industry.

San-O Industrial - SOC Fuse  Products

The types of products manufactured by San-O Industrial - SOC Fuse include Surface Mount Fuses, Standard Cartridge & Leaded Fuses, and Telecommunication Fuses.

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