PPI-Time Zero Earns Certification to ISO 13485:2012 QMS for Medical Devices


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PPI-Time Zero has been successfully certified to ISO 13485:2012 Quality Management Standard for Medical Devices.

PPI-Time Zero’s recent achievement of the ISO 13485:2012 certificate of registration is an internationally recognized quality standard designed to ensure that medical device manufacturers have the necessary comprehensive management systems in place to safely design, develop, manufacture and distribute medical devices.

"This is a growing facet of our company,” commented Dana Pittman, president and CEO. “Our decision to become ISO 13485:2012 certified is strategic in that we are anticipating the demands of our customers, while demonstrating our commitment to providing quality solutions to our entire client base, especially in the medical industry.”

The certification of PPI-Time Zero’s compliance with ISO 13485:2012 recognizes the policies, practices and procedures of our company to ensure consistent quality in the services and components provided to our customers. “Medical manufacturing is a segment of the market that continues to outperform the economy,” said Joe Litavis, EVP of Sales and Marketing. “Our customer portfolio of medical devices and instrumentation reflects this growth trend, and we are extremely proud of our team and their efforts to attain the ISO 13485:2012 certification.” With this certification, our medical and non-medical clients can be confident that PPI-Time Zero is dedicated to maintaining the highest efficiency and responsiveness in achieving our ultimate goal of Precision, Performance, and Integrity. PPI -Time Zero manufactures fully integrated printed circuit systems and sub-systems for the medical industry.

PPI-Time Zero is an EMS provider of printed circuit board (PCB) layout, assembly, test and integration services which support the Military, Aerospace, Medical, and Industrial markets. Please visit our website at www.ppi-timezero.com.

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