Zero Defects International and Skyla Providing Uninterrupted CAM Services

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Zero Defects International (ZDI) and its strategic partner, Skyla have announced measures taken to maintain and, as necessary, increase their printed circuit board front-end engineering CAM service capabilities in response to demand from their North American customer base.  Due to shelter in place restrictions, many companies are in need of extra CAM capacity in order to fulfill demand for defense, aerospace and medical products.  Accordingly, ZDI/Skyla will continue to provide services with normal response times and at high levels of quality.

In California ZDI has configured operations to safely protect employees as well as all customers to which services are provided remotely as usual.  In Erode, India Skyla has also re-configured their operations to be in compliance with India's comprehensive business and social shut-down requirements. Importantly, all data security protocols remain solidly in place.



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