Printed Circuits Certified to ISO 9001:2015


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Flex and rigid-flex circuit board manufacturer, Printed Circuits, has received accreditation to the new ISO standard, 2001:2015.

"We are very excited to announce that we were just certified to the new ISO standard 9001:2015," said Ken Tannehill, president and CEO. "Starting in 2000 with our original accreditation to ISO 9000 and the military performance specification MIL-PRF-31032 we have made a commitment to keep our quality systems current and relevant to our customers' needs. We are glad to continue in that effort and have plans to pursue additional qualifications in the future" said Ken.

"The 9001:2015 qualification takes a much more holistic review of a facility's organization, pursuits and satisfaction of key stakeholders," said Matt Tannehill, executive vice president. "At the same time, it is much harder and more thorough than our previous ISO accreditation," Matt continued. "It is good for our customers to see our continued effort at developing both our quality system and overall management system to meet their needs now and in the future."

About Printed Circuits

Printed Circuits is a US manufacturer of multilayer flex and rigid-flex printed circuit boards with over 40 years of experience building circuits typically used in high reliability applications such as medical, military and commercial electronics where customers place a premium on reliability, package density, and weight. For more information, click here.

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