CAMtek Receives AS 9100D 2016 Certification


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Ms. Christine Davis, president and CEO of woman-owned CAMtek, Inc., announced that her company has received their AS9100D 2016 certification from registrar TUV Rheinland of North America achieving a near perfect audit. This will allow the company in further participate in their Aerospace programs.

When making the announcement Ms. Davis said, "This process forced us to really step up our game in every aspect of our business. I am pleased with the process improvements we achieved. I am particularly proud of our entire workforce for accomplishing this important milestone in CAMtek’s growth. Now we look forward to using our capabilities and our woman-owned status to further increase our penetration into the Aerospace market.”

About CAMtek

In 1999, President, Christine Davis put together a highly talented group of individuals to launch CAMtek, Inc. Soon thereafter, CAMtek became an active player in the electronics industry as an EMSElectronic Manufacturing Servicesprovider. The CAMtek team includes individuals with electrical engineering, process engineering and quality engineering skills. With over 165 years of combined experience and industry expertise they provide customers with high quality, cost-effective manufacturing solutions that meet their needs in this ever-changing world.

A 2011 Edie Award Winner, CAMtek, Inc. invested $10 million to expand its presence by taking the 225,000 sq. ft. former IRS building on Empire Street in Bloomington and transforming it into its new, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. Today, CAMtek is thriving through their business ethics and integrity by securing long-term relationships with customers big and small alike. It is their goal to continue this growth and customer satisfaction well into this millennium. For more information go to: https://www.camtek-mfg.com

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