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Electronic Manufacturing Solutions Ltd (EMS) has confirmed its certification to ISO 9001:2015, following an audit by Intertek Certification Limited in June 2018.
General Manager, Jonathan Plummer said, "This is an excellent achievement for EMS to ensure we are compliant with and working towards the 2015 version of the standard, ahead of the September deadline for 2018. We are very excited by the opportunities that the 2015 standard provides now and for future development."
Eric Winkler , Ryder Industries
Like a language—English, Chinese, Hindi, German, Spanish, French—a standard builds a bridge between people. "If I make this sound, we both understand that it means this. If I write this symbol, we both understand that means that. If I perform this action, we both understand the gesture."
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Dr. Mehran Maalekian, R&D Manager at AIM Solder, speaks with I-Connect007 Managing Editor Andy Shaughnessy about new alloys that are targeted for high-temperature and demanding applications, particularly in harsh environments, where standard lead-free alloy such as SAC will not perform as well.
Michael Ford, Mentor Graphics
IPC has created IPC-1782, a new standard and specification for traceability practices across all levels of electronics manufacturing, and specifically for electronics assembly. With this new standard, companies that are practicing basic levels of traceability can evolve to higher levels, and will be able to clearly define the expectations of what is required for compliance and conformance to customer needs.