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To demonstrate their continued commitment to quality, Electrotek Corporation announces that they have been successful in achieving Nadcap accreditation for electronics, printed circuit boards.
Electrotek is pleased to achieve this accreditation. This adds an additional level of confidence to the high reliability requirements of our customers. We believe this along with our MIL‐31032/55110 qualification will serve our customers with the highest quality and reliable hardware necessary in this industry. The aim of the Nadcap program is to assess process capability for compliance to industry standards and customer requirements. By achieving Nadcap accreditation, Electrotek has demonstrated their compliance.
“Compliance via Nadcap accreditation is a milestone in demonstrating manufacturing excellence.” said Joe Pinto, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at the Performance Review Institute. “By obtaining Nadcap in Electronics, Printed Circuit Boards, Electrotek has proven to the industry that they are committed to quality and aerospace safety.”
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Michelle Te, I-Connect007
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