FRIDAY, August 18, 2011 12:00

USC Signs Lumax Aerospace Corporation
for South Korea Territory


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BURBANK, Ca, USA - July 27, 2017 - Universal Switching Corporation (uswi.com), a leading manufacturer of signal switching and distribution products, has signed Lumax Aerospace Corporation (LumaxAero.com) to sell and market their products serving the satellite, defense, communication, telemetry, ATE and broadcast industries. Lumax Aerospace Corporation is a leading engineering services organization offering a wide range of technologies and services critical to today’s mission as well as the innovation and challenges for future technologies. Lumax provides a full range of system level design, analysis, development, integration and maintenance support. Mr. Steve Yoo of Lumax Aerospace Corporation indicated that they are well positioned to support USC and their products in the growing South Korean marketplace with an experienced sales team, and excellent engineering staff.

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About Universal Switching Corporation (USC)
Universal Switching Corporation (USC) is a privately held corporation in the city of Burbank located in southern California. The company manufactures best-in-class programmable signal switching and distribution products for rugged and industrial applications, government subcontractors, and for industrial or commercial customers in the US and abroad. USC signal switching and distribution products are sold internationally for use in the defense community, communication, telemetry, ATE and broadcast industries. All products are manufactured in Burbank CA and are supported by their ISO-9001-2008 Quality Management System. Since 1992, they have continued to introduce innovative cutting-edge products supported by both domestic and international sales offices.

Contact the factory for more information.

7671 North San Fernando Road
Burbank, CA 91505 USA

Phone +1 818 381 5111
Fax +1 818-252-4868
Sales sales@uswi.com
Support support@uswi.com
Hours 8am-5pm M-F PST
(closed every other Friday)