DSI Co., Ltd.

HwaSung-si,  KyungGi-do 
Korea (South)
http://www.bellows.co.kr
  • Booth: B335

Hello, I will repay you with the best technology and quality

D S I

Since its establishment in 1995, the company has been developing and producing Bellows and the Flexible Tube and Vacuum Parts and supplying them to domestic and foreign customers.

By localization of bellows, produced the first vacuum bellows in Korea, and in particular, the super bellows patent applications have been well received in Korea and abroad. In the future, we promise to do our best with Research and development, quality control, and commitment with customers to meet the customer needs.

Business line

Based on the spirit of research and development, DSI Tech has successfully entered the domestic market where it relied on imported products by producing its own products and importing high-tech displays, electronics, electricity, chemical power plants, oil refining, precision machinery, pharmaceuticals, and food products by actively investing in new technologies.

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