EC Electronics Successfully Completes ISO 9001 Re-certification


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EC Electronics' facilities in the UK, Romania and Hong Kong have been issued new ISO9001 certificates after successful auditing with no non-compliances.

"Thanks to everyone's efforts prior to, and during, the audits. Certification to this standard is a prerequisite to trading with many of our existing and potential clients, so this is very important to us," says Kevin Osgood, EC Electronics' group quality manager. "The ISO9001 standard is being updated in September, so there will be some changes to documentation and processes over the next few months to ensure we remain compliant. We will keep staff fully aware of changes relevant to specific departmental processes throughout the transition to ISO9001:2015."

About EC Electronics

Operating internationally in the electronics manufacturing services industry, EC Electronics deliver a high level of service to customers from a wide range of industries throughout the UK and Europe.

From our headquarters based in the UK and wholly owned subsidiary operations in Romania and Hong Kong, we provide customers with high quality, reliable solutions to their manufacturing and supply chain requirements.

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