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Bicron Electronics average salary is $57,857, median salary is $57,857 with a salary range from $57,857 to $57,857.
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Electronics Production, Supervisor 57,857-57,857 Canaan, CT, 06018 2010 Bicron Electronics Electronics Production, Supervisor Salaries (1)
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  • Bicron Electronics Company
  • Industry: Electronics
  • City: Canaan, CT
  • Bicron was established in 1964 and is specialized in the design and manufacture of standard and custom solenoids, transformers, BIL Rated and High Frequency magnetics, current transformers and sensors, as well as assemblies incorporating these components. At Bicron we continuously strive for customer satisfaction in every product we manufacture. This is a commitment not only by our top management, but also by every level of our product development, product delivery and customer service teams. The result: Continuous Improvement in all aspects of our operations . . . as well as innovative change wherever change brings lower overall costs and higher