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HUBER+SUHNER AG (Switzerland)

Products/Services/Activities: SUCOFIT develops and manufactures electron beam and chemically cross-linked, heat shrinkable products. These are used in the sealing, termination and jointing of electrical wires and cables used in the transmission of electrical energy and signals. These products are fire retardant and comply with many internationally recognised standards. Our products and systems solutions are utilised in T&D applications, in the defence, aerospace and aviation industries, in railway traction, in the automotive industry, in the electronics manufacturing and telecommunications industries and in electricity generation. Our nuclear products are LOCA qualified for use in Safety Class 1E or equivalent applications, in accordance with IEEE and KTA standards. We can provide cable system solutions to comply with the demanding requirements of our customers. We have ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 Quality and Environmental Management Systems Certification and our Quality System generally complies with the requirements of ASME NQA-1.

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Address: Verkauf Schweiz
Tumbelenstrasse 20
Pfäffikon ZH
8330
Country:Switzerland
Number of employees:4200
Company type:AG
Ownership 1:Owned by the Shareholders
subsidiaries:Significant subsidiaries in : Germany, Austria, United Kingdom, France, Finland, Sweden, USA, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Brazil, China

Year created:1969
Capital:CHF 25.3 million
Qualifications:ISO 9001, ISO 14001
Products: Power Plant Electrical Devices:
Connectors

Power Plant Instrumentation and Control:
Cables/Connectors
Heat and radiation resistant cables and fiber optics

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