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Tai Shing Electronics  Profile

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Tai Shing Electronics  Company Overview

Tai Shing Electronics was founded July 1973 and offers 45 different series of relays including telecom relays, reed relays, general-purpose relays, high-current power relays, automotive relays and latching type relays.

Tai Shing Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Tai Shing Electronics include telecom relays, reed relays, general-purpose relays, high-current power relays, automotive relays and latching type relays.

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