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Karish Electronics, a distributor of wind parts and components, has established an office in Orange, Calif. The company was founded in 1994 by Harry Karish and was sold to current owner Steve Brodock last year.

"I cannot thank my customers enough for their support during the early stages of the business," says Brodock. "The wind power business has grown by leaps and bounds over the past several years, and I have been fortunate to carve out a niche in this industry."

Karish Electronics specializes in wire and cable, cable assemblies, capacitors, contactors, thyristors and circuit breakers.

SOURCE: Karish Electronics


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