Etratech Debuts at MD&M East

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Etratech Inc., one of the global leaders in the design, development and manufacture of advanced electronic controls and control systems for major multinational companies, will exhibit at UBM's MD&M East event, which will be held from June 13-15, 2017 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City.

Etratech achieved an ISO 13485 certification in 2014 through registrar BSI Canada. This standard certifies that Etratech has established a quality management system that demonstrates its ability to meet the stringent requirements of customers in the medical equipment and device market. The company designs and manufactures electronic controls for international OEMs across a broad spectrum of industries including health and lifestyle, automotive, HVAC and security.

MD&M marks Etratech's first event in the medical technology space. "We're now at a point where we feel that we have enough success in the medical and wellness industries to really promote our presence here," says Etratech founder and CEO Michael Desnoyers. "We're confident that our focus on quality and continuous improvement will continue to make us an appealing choice for medical OEMs. We're proud to be one of the few companies in Ontario to have achieved both ISO 13485 and TS 16949, placing it among the highest quality manufacturing facilities on the country."

Etratech will be exhibiting at Booth 1868. Samples of Etratech's work will be displayed, and members of the team will be available to answer questions and discuss upcoming projects.


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