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Yazaki - Y-Connect  Profile

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Yazaki - Y-Connect  Company Overview

Yazaki is a privately held Japanese company, with 82 subsidiary companies in 31 countries around the world. The primary focus of its technology is in Cables, Wiring Harnesses, Cable Assemblies, Connectors, and Electronic Assemblies for the Automotive market, as well as specialized Environmental products. Y-connect is focused on serving the computer, telecommunication and industrial electrical and electronic markets, offering RF Coax, Board Level and I/O products, Fiber Optics, and Cable Assemblies that include Coax, Signal, Fiber and Power.

Yazaki - Y-Connect  Products

The types of products manufactured by Yazaki - Y-Connect include Fiber Optic Connectors and Cable Assemblies, RF Connectors, Custom Cable Assemblies, and Bulk Cable.

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