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Utilux - TE Connectivity  Profile

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Utilux - TE Connectivity  Company Overview

In 2001, UTILUX in Australia and New Zealand became part of the Tyco Electronics group, and this most successful of brands is now part of the impressive stable of quality brands that spans energy distribution, automotive, and consumer, communications and commercial & industrial electronics connectors and accessories.

Today, Utilux branded product includes uninsulated and pre-insulated electrical terminals for OEMs and service/repair professionals, award-winning Australian-designed trailer connectors, hose clamps and connector systems for the automotive industry and a range of tooling and accessories.

Utilux - TE Connectivity  Products

The types of products manufactured by Utilux - TE Connectivity include Electrical terminals, connectors, tools and accessories.

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