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PCB | March 14, 2012

Suntron achieves new medical compliance

Suntron Corporation's Phoenix facility is now cGMP compliant and FDA registered.
The compliance adds to Suntron's current holding of the ISO 13485 standard.

FDA-Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) standards are defined by the FDA 21 CFR Part 820 QSR. This QSR forces manufacturers to implement a quality system for designing, manufacturing, packaging, labeling, storing and delivering medical devices sold within the United States.

"Suntron's Phoenix facility's recent cGMP compliance and FDA registration are a great help to our medical device customers," says Tom Anderson, Plant Manager. "They allow us to ship products manufactured at Suntron directly to our OEM customers' required locations."

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