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Vishay buys specialty resistor firm

9/30/2011 04:52 PM EDT
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captainug
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re: Vishay buys specialty resistor firm
captainug   10/3/2011 8:22:09 PM
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What products do they not have?

capbuyer
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capbuyer   10/3/2011 3:13:00 PM
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Why do you wish these were readily available from Digikey, Mouser, Newark? Do they have the best ecommerce component websites?

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GREAT-Terry   10/3/2011 5:39:57 AM
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Good strategy! Acquiring medium size companies which offer good high profit market is key to the development of Vishay. High power small value resistor is very important in industrial market. Precision is not allowed to sacrifice.

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_hm   10/1/2011 3:40:03 PM
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Vishay has very good product range for passive parts. This will enhance it further. I wish all these parts are easily available from Digikey, Mouser or Newark.

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