Major EMS Contract Awards to Zentech from Medical and UAV Sectors During Q2


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Zentech Manufacturing, Inc. has inked multi-million-dollar contract awards during Q2 from several key market sectors.

Contracts were received to provide sophisticated circuit card assemblies in support of two major UAV platforms for a West Coast based military OEM.

In the medical sector, two separate medical OEM customers placed high-volume contracts with Zentech for turnkey medical electronics devices.

Zentech is one of the most highly certified electronics contract manufacturers in the U.S., holding IPC Validation Service certifications for IPC-A-610 Class 3 Trusted Source QML and IPC J-STD 001 with Space certifications.

For the medical sector, Zentech is ISO 13485 certified and that cert is accompanied by accreditation as an FDA Certified Medical Device Manufacturing facility.

John Vaughan, VP Sales comments, “while Zentech has long been widely-recognized for our position as one of the United States’ premiere military CM’s, our Q2 medical sector contract awards also reflect the fact that Zentech is equally committed to the medical space. The two sectors are actually quite similar in scope as both tend to be high-complexity, and both are also absolutely mission-critical with no option of failure. Zentech is well-positioned from an engineering and technology capability perspective to perform at a high-level in both sectors.”

About Zentech

Zentech Manufacturing, Inc. is a privately held, engineering-driven contract manufacturer specializing in the design and manufacture of highly-complex electronic and RF circuit cards and assemblies. The company is headquartered in its purpose-built facility located in Baltimore, MD and maintains several key certifications, including ISO 9001:2008, ITAR (US State Dept.), AS9100 (aerospace), and ISO 13485 (medical). In addition, Zentech is a certified IPC Trusted Source supplier for Class 3 mission-critical electronics, and the company is IPC J-STD-001 Space Addendum QML certified.

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