United Electronics Receives ISO 9001: 2015 Certification


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United Electronics Corporation has received ISO 9001: 2015 certification from registrar Intertek. The company has a strong quality history from many years of certification to prior revisions of the standard, and the upgrade to 2015 was extremely smooth. Quality Manager Raj Govani, Engineering Manager Shan Nadarjah and the entire CSC team were highly engaged and instrumental in the success of the process.

About United Electronics Corporation

United Electronics understands your technical challenges. Whether you need quick prototypes, a cost-effective solution for your flex, rigid-flex, mixed dielectrics or our metal clad PCB’s, we have the experience, the people and the technology to meet these challenges. We compete in time and must go beyond our current boundaries to provide competitive PCB’s and services outside what is considered normal service.

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