Naprotek Earns ISO 13485, Recertifies to AS9100C


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Naprotek, Inc. has received ISO 13485:2003 certification. The company also completed AS9100 Rev. C recertification. Its Registrar for ISO 13485 was TUV SUD America Inc. and for AS9100 was NSF International Strategic Registrations.

“Naprotek has a proven track record of building mission critical product for aerospace and defense applications. We’ve established robust quality and traceability systems to support that segment. The medical industry has similar requirements and it made sense to increase our industry-specific quality registrations to support this segment of our market, as well,” said Liz Davidson, Naprotek’s V.P. Sales and Marketing.

About Naprotek

Founded in 1995, Naprotek, Inc. is a woman-owned and managed Silicon Valley based electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider specializing in prototypes and low-to-medium volume manufacturing. Its business base includes companies in military/aerospace, satellites, semiconductor manufacturing, medical, industrial, networking, R&D and consumer products. Naprotek is AS9100 C, ISO 13485:2003 and ISO 9001:2008 certified, and ITAR registered.

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