LACROIX Electronics Proves Position in Aerospace Sub-contracting


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LACROIX Electronics proposes first class industrial know-how that guarantees development and industrialization of complex products under exceptionally rigorous quality conditions required by the aerospace sector.

Means dedicated to aerospace

For several years already aerospace has been a strategic field for LACROIX Electronics. The R&D center is proficient in design of videos, design of embedded electronics for modules and computers, design for hostile environments (temperature, pressure, vibration …), maintain in operational condition of components. Then, dedicated workshops produce cards and electronic sub-assemblies using state of the art technology and testing.

Proficiency in industrial processes, tracking, logistics, purchasing and supply-chain: LACROIX Electronics meets performance requirements and sector standards, as show its certifications:

  • PART 21G and 145: regulation allowing production & tests of directly plane mounted products.
  • EN 9100: industrial certification
  • NADCAP in qualification phase

In order to qualify for certifications, LACROIX Electronics backs its teams by giving certified training on the use of the IPC A 610 norm for the assembly control of electronic cards. Designed for any person implied in validation of final product, the training aims at improving LACROIX Electronics performance and reliability of quality control.

Participation in Bourget exhibition

From 15th to 21st June the 51st International Air Show at Paris Le Bourget, the ultimate gathering of the sector’s companies, will take place. The show’s previous edition gathered 2215 exhibitors and 139000 professional visitors.

LACROIX Electronics will participate for the second time in the event in order to demonstrate its proficiency in electronic sub-contracting and its competitive edge on the aerospace & defence markets.

In an approach of long-term partnership, LACROIX Electronics proposes to go along with its customers throughout the value chain and all the long of the product’s life cycle, i.e. from design to production.

Come and meet LACROIX Electronics on the show, Stand E150 - HALL 4

About LACROIX Electronics

LACROIX Electronics is specialized in Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) for the industrial, home automation, medical, automotive, aerospace and defense electronics markets. LACROIX Electronics is one of the 3 divisions of the LACROIX Group. Ranked among the top European EMS, employing more than 2900 persons, LACROIX Electronics generated a turnover of about €220.6M by the end of September 2014, which is a growth of +23,1%.

With its 4 production sites and its development centre, LACROIX Electronics proposes unprecedented industrial end-to-end solutions starting with design in R&D centers up to series production.

For further information: www.lacroix-electronics.com.

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