Firstronic's Grand Rapids Facility Achieves ISO 13485:2003 Certification


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EMS firm Firstronic's Grand Rapids, Michigan facility is now certified to ISO 13485:2003, effective March 5. Its registrar is Intertek. The company's Juarez, Mexico facility received the same certification in August last year.

"Our medical business continues to grow so we are continuing to enhance the investments we are making to ensure we provide best-in-class systems and processes this mission critical sector," said John Sammut, Firstronic's president and CEO.

"Part of our Lean philosophy is to have common systems and processes throughout our facilities. The enhancements we made during our pursuit of our Juarez facility's ISO13485:2003 certification last year were mirrored in this effort. This commonality also enhances our ability to support customers with dual facility production requirements," said Tony Bellitto, Director of Quality.

About Firstronic LLC

Firstronic LLC provides advanced electronics manufacturing services and optimized supply chain solutions for companies in a wide range of industries including automotive, industrial and medical device. Headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI, Firstronic has a 35,000 square foot facility, state-of-the-art equipment and a seasoned management team with an average tenure of 20 years and a 70,000 square foot facility in Juarez, Mexico. It also supports companies needing access to global manufacturing locations via operations in China, India and the Czech Republic.

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