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DELO is a world-leading manufacturer of industrial adhesives, based in Germany. Owner-operated, for over 50 years we have developed tailor-made special adhesives and application technologies for high-tech industries such as automotive, aviation, optoelectronics, and electronics. Through subsidiaries in the US, China, Japan and Singapore, offices in Malaysia, Korea and Taiwan, and partners around the world, we can provide expert help to customers wherever they may be.

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