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Vinatronic, a family-owned and operated electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider has passed its annual audit and received its ISO 9001 certification. The auditor found no NCRs and the company passed with flying colors.
Kevin Nguyen, President and Electrical Engineer, stated, “I’m proud of our team and the dedication they continue to show towards quality and customer satisfaction. Our Quality Management System continues to be a selling point for our company and is a big reason for our year to year growth. We will continue to uphold and exceed the standards set forth by ISO 9001.”
Vinatronic, specializing in PCB Assembly (PCBA), has more than 15,000 sq ft of manufacturing space that it continually improves upon to keep up with new manufacturing trends and technologies. The company constantly seeks to improve customer support, employee training, and total customer satisfaction. Vinatronic serves customers in a variety of industries, including medical, defense, agricultural, industrial, audio/visual and lighting. Vinatronic is registered to ISO 9001:2015.
Julia Gumminger, IPC
IPC APEX EXPO 2023 will offer a refreshed Professional Development Course program. This year’s conference includes something for everyone, including informative courses catering to technical managers ready to level up their careers. Thirty-six courses will be offered on Sunday, Jan. 22 and Monday, Jan. 23. Attendees will find both updated content from veteran instructors and innovative courses from new instructors.
Gaurab Majumdar, IPC
For the first time, IPC APEX EXPO will host an “India Pavilion,” showcasing 16 Indian companies promoting India’s electronics manufacturing capabilities. The initiative was undertaken by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, and implemented by the Indian government agency, Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) India.
Malcolm Thompson, NextFlex
As the global chip shortage continues, companies may be tempted to put research and development on the backburner to conserve capital and prioritize production. A primary area of focus has been on increasing production capabilities to meet demand. In this drive to increase capacity, R&D has fallen to the wayside as some companies consider scaling back to refocus on the expansion of manufacturing capacity at current technology nodes. This is a hard choice to make for any company, and even R&D giants like Apple, known for its dedicated investments in innovation, have had to cut R&D budgets below original projections.