Ryder Industries Receives ISO 16949 Certification at Xinfeng Plant


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Ryder Industries Ltd has announced that it has been successful in obtaining ISO 16949 certification. ISO/TS 16949 is regarded as the world’s foremost quality standard for the automotive industry, and realizes cost savings through improved process effectiveness and efficiency.

Certification to this technical specification clears Ryder to manufacture electronic assemblies for automotive products at its new inland plant XinFeng. Its coastal Shenzhen plant has been certificated since 2004.

The ISO/TS 16949 standard, issued by the International Automotive Task Force, specifies advanced quality system requirements for design, development, production, installation and servicing. It focuses on continual improvement, in particular on reducing defects, variation and waste in the automotive manufacturing. The standard also outlines and reinforces best practices in quality management. This is good news for Ryder’s customers, suppliers, and the environment.

Ryder has chosen work with the respected German TÜV Nord as their certifying body, because of their famously rigorous approach. Certification from TÜV Nord confirms Ryder’s commitment to quality.

About Ryder

Ryder Industries Ltd. is a pure EMS company which provides one-stop EMS service. It has over 38 years of experience in developing and manufacturing electronic products. It provides full turnkey engineering services in mechanical and electronic design as well as software and firm ware programming.

Ryder is certificated to ISO 9001(quality management), ISO 14001 (environmental management), ISO 13485 (medical management), and ISO 16949 (manufacturing excellence) in order to provide the highest quality requirements to its customers in the areas of pro audio, RF, domestic appliances, home audio, precision controls, medical, automotive technology and industrial electronics. Ryder Industries has received the "Manufacturer of Excellence” award from Blackstar Amplification in 2015 and 2016.

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