Firstronic Grand Rapids Facility Recertified to ISO 13485:2016


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Electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider Firstronic LLC’s Grand Rapids, Michigan facility passed its surveillance audit for ISO 13485:2016, the medical quality standard, and was recertified by Intertek on March 16.

Firstronic’s Juarez, Mexico facility will undergo surveillance audits for the automotive IATF 16949 standard in April and ISO 13485:2016 in June.

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