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Semco - Cornell Dubilier  Profile

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Semco - Cornell Dubilier  Company Overview

SEMCO, Inc. is a long-standing manufacturer of reliable, high-quality dipped mica and metal clad mica capacitors, which are used throughout the world.

SEMCO was acquired by Cornell Dubilier in December, 2004.

Semco - Cornell Dubilier  Products

The types of products manufactured by Semco - Cornell Dubilier include dipped mica capacitors, Metal Clad Capacitors, and Bonded capacitors.

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