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Young Electronics - Sky Electronics  Profile

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Young Electronics - Sky Electronics  Company Overview

Young Electronics was acquired by Sky Electronics, International. Founded in Oxford, Georgia in 1984, Sky Electronics is a manufacturer of Quality General Purpose Relays and Relay Sockets.

Young Electronics - Sky Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Young Electronics - Sky Electronics include PCB-Mount Relays, and Relay Sockets.

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