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ARS MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL CO.,LIMITED

  • Electrical Components-Slip Ring Systems

Locations

Headquarter

C6 Building, Hengfeng Industry City,Shiyan Street,Baoan District,Shenzhen, 518108, China
Shenzhen Guangdong 518000
中国

Shenzhen ARS Mechanical and Electrical Co.,Ltd was formed in 2002 manufacturing electrical-mechanical components for use in automation industry and start to focus on slip ring after two years. Over the last ten years ARS has grown to a leading supplier of the world, and developed a reputation for providing high quality slip ring systems and rotary joints for the world companies.


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