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Southco  Profile

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Southco  Company Overview

In 1945, Southco, Inc. was created to serve the specialty fastener and latch business and has since developed nto a global leader in Engineered Access Hardware. Engineered access hardware solutions include key "touch points" such as locks, latches, captive fasteners, hinges, handles for applications such as marine, automotive, off-road, construction, RV, caravan, industrial machinery, enclosures, HVAC, medical equipment and network, telecommunications and computers.

Southco  Products

The types of products manufactured by Southco include Panel / Door Latches & Locks, Electronic Access Solutions, Quick Access Fasteners, Captive Screws, Hinges, Handles, Inject / Eject Mechanisms, Inserts and Standoffs.

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