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Electronics Production | July 06, 2006

Solectron Quebec plant medical approved

Solectron Corporation announced its Sherbrooke plant in Quebec, Canada has received ISO 13485:2003 medical certification.
The certification specifies requirements for a quality management system to demonstrate the ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices. The scope of this quality management system includes production, assembly and repair of electronic systems and subsystems.

"Solectron continues to showcase its extensive global medical capabilities, providing customers added confidence through ISO 13485 certifications and regulatory compliance in facilities around the world," said Les Schnoll, Chief Regulatory Officer, Solectron. "We are delivering an outsourcing solution to medical device firms that meets or exceeds their quality goals, maintains all regulatory requirements, accelerates new product introduction and drives down production costs."

Solectron's medical device product development centers in North America, Europe and Asia enable collaboration with customers to rapidly convert raw designs into prototypes and pilot-builds, as well as to support clinical trials and manage products through to market launch.

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