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Sep 152018
 

Ningbo Jitai Auto Ignition Parts Company Ltd is found in 2013 locaed in Ningbo China,
We produce high grade ignition coils and ignition coils plastic parts.
We have 5000 square meters work shop and 39 staffs,produce ignition coils usd3,000,000 .near 450 models.
Our main market are North America and Europe,Australia,South America.
We have 5 professional ignition coils and plastic parts engineers developping products.
We have following advanced point to supply good quality ignition coils.
1.We have OE standard plastic parts made by ourself
2.We use OE material and parts.all parameter are same as OE
3.We have OE engineer lead the technology
4.We manage produce according TS16949.
5.Items failed rated in market are less than 0.1%
We supply following extra services:
1.Warranted items 12-24 months after sale
2.Urgently produce and shipment
3.Quick new item development,we make tooling by ourself.
Our products life test standard:
1.50 cycles thermal shock test (High and low temperature test)
2. hours open load test.
Ningbo Jitai enjoy supplying customers high quality ignition coils and good services.30520-PH7-016
website:http://www.jtignitioncoil.com/
website2:http://www.jtignitioncoils.com/

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