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American Standard Circuits Press Release - March 9, 2010

American Standard Circuits, Inc. Achieves ISO9001:2008 Certification


ASC Upgrades Certification from ISO9001:2000 to ISO9001:2008


West Chicago, IL, March 9, 2010:  American Standard Circuits, Inc. (ASC) today announced that it has successfully completed an audit which has resulted in upgrading its ISO 9001:2000 certification to ISO9001:2008 standard for its commitment to quality. The company was awarded this designation by Intertek Testing Services NA, Inc. for its compliance with quality process standards and effective quality management systems. This certification positions the company to deliver high quality bare and metal bonded printed circuit boards to the electronics industry.

“We are very pleased to have upgraded our certification to the new requirements of ISO9001:2008. This tremendous accomplishment is due to the great teamwork of everyone in the company. This reinforces our commitment to meeting our customer’s quality requirements while continually improving operational processes.  Deployment of this standard has enabled us to ensure that all of the functional organizations in our company are focused on creating real value for our customers” stated Anaya Vardya, CEO of American Standard Circuits.


About American Standard Circuits
American Standard Circuits (ASC) prides itself in being a Total Solutions Provider and manufactures quality rigid, metal-backed, rigid-flex and flexible printed circuit boards using various types of substrates for a variety of applications. These products can go into high speed computing, high frequency telecommunication ranging from aerospace to deep space, defense, LEDs and other heat sinks , as well as automotive electronics, and navigation devices. ASC takes customer product orders ranging from small test and prototype quantities to large volume production. We provide all of our technologies in a time critical environment. We can turn product as quickly as 24 hours.  Company certifications include ISO 9001:2008, MIL-PRF- 31032 and ITAR registration. To learn more, visit www.asc-i.com.


Contact

Anaya Vardya
American Standard Circuits, Inc
475 Industrial Drive
West Chicago, IL  60175
Phone 630 639 5409
Fax 6302931240





Posted 3/9/2010
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