© gingergirl / PCB | January 26, 2012

AT&S reaches standard

AT&S' Medical Segment delivered its first pacemakers to enter into series production featuring highly complex AT&S printed circuit boards this January.
Updated; January 26, 2012 5:45 PM
Correction: Somacis as well as Cistelaier are also certified according to ISO 13485.

The company said that the customer is an international market leader in the area.

AT&S is one of the few printed circuit board manufacturer in Europe to achieve certification for medical products according to the EN ISO 13485 standard - an internationally recognised standard defining the requirements for the quality management systems used by companies which develop, manufacture, install or maintain medical products.

"This certification is a clear demonstration to our customers that our printed circuit board manufacturing systems conform to the highest technological requirements worldwide," CEO Andreas Gerstenmayer commented.


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