The American company Hamlin, founded in 1949 and specialized in sensors for the automotive industry, but also the electronic and industrial markets, has just been bought by Littelfuse, for 145 million euros. In 2012, Hamlin had sales of $76 million.
After the acquisition of Accel last year, Littelfuse confirms its ambition to become a major player in the world of sensors for the automobile. It is mainly an axis of diversification for this American company created in 1927 and specialized in fuses and protective components.
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