Audix Corporation

About Audix Corporation

Audix Corporation manufactures and distributes electronic components in Taiwan. The company manufactures electronic components, such as relays, transformers, chokes, and couplers; precision molds and finished products, including precision pressing molds comprising multi-position progressive dies, composite molds, forming molds, and automatic joint riveting dies; precision pressing products, such as precision coupler, automobile switch, relay connection riveting, hearing aid, and assortment of adhesive terminals; precision coupler parts, plastic parts for electronics and electric appliances, and plastic parts for medical devices; and coupler assemblies. It also designs, develops, and manufactures automated production equipment for CCFL and electronics; and equipment and jigs for the assembly of automobile components, as well as offers electronic switches for automobiles. In addition, the company distributes electronic components of various brands. Further, it offers services for safety verification and EMC authentication, as well as for the development of software/hardware products; anechoic chamber design and construction services; and chemistry examination services. Audix Corporation was founded in 1980 and is based in Taipei, Taiwan.

2459.TW Taiwan

50.9USD0.9 (+1.77%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Taiwan exchange

Sector: Technology

Industry: Electronic Components

Location Taiwan, Taipei

Grade: ADA

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