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Souriau  Profile

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Souriau  Company Overview

SOURIAU provides connection solutions from standard connectors based upon national or international specifications to complex interconnect systems for 3 main markets: Aerospace : Civil and Military Aircrafts / Helicopters. Defense/Space: Military Marine, Communications, Satellites, Launchers. Industrial: Railway, Geophysics, Instrumentation, Automation, Process Control. In July, 2011, Souriau was acquired by the Esterline Corporation.

Souriau  Products

The types of products manufactured by Souriau include Connectors -- Circular, Rectangular, Filter, TRIM - TRIO, MIL DTL 38999 series III platform, Hermetics, Fiber Optics & Quadrax, Ethernet Network, Push-Pull, Quick connect disconnect, Harsh Environment Geophysical, Miniature,Compact Series, Space Grade, R.F., and Customized Products.

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