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Company Overview of Littelfuse UK Limited
Littelfuse UK Limited, also known as Semitron-Crydom PPD, manufactures and markets transient voltage suppression devices for the computer, telecommunications, automotive, and consumer electronics industries. The company’s products include transient voltage suppression diodes, thyristors, and gas discharge tubes. Littelfuse UK Limited was formerly known as Semitron Industries Limited and changed its name to Littelfuse UK Limited in July, 2002. The company was incorporated in 1963 and is based in Swindon, United Kingdom with additional offices in Germany and Spain. As of July, 16, 2002, Littelfuse UK Limited operates as a subsidiary of Littelfuse Inc.
Groundwell Industrial Estate
Swindon, SN25 5BF
Founded in 1963
44 1793 720400
44 1793 720401
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