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Accurate Electronics
Announces
ISO 13485 Certification
Medical Devices

National Quality Assurance (NQA) certifies that Accurate Electronics complies with the regulations and industry standards to provide services and products for Medical Devices. Accurate Electronics, a flexible, full-service provider of electronics manufacturing services, announces that the company has been certified to ISO 13485, a key standard for companies seeking to manufacture medical electronic devices. ISO 13485, published in 2003, is an important quality management standard and represents the requirements for a comprehensive management system for the design and manufacture of medical devices. ISO 13485 supersedes earlier documents such as ISO 4600 (1997)1 and ISO 46002 (1997), the ISO 13485 published in 1996 and ISO 13488 (1996). Our compliances and certifications further enhance product quality, operating efficiencies, reduced cost, and improve the process quality of traceability throughout the supply chain.

  • >Accurate Electronics applies precise quality systems and continually enhances the qualifications and education of our personnel.

    >Our adherence to these Quality standards enables our OEM partners to deliver first rate, high technology products to the market place in an expeditious time frame.
  • >We pride ourselves in exceeding our customers' expectations in On Time Delivery, Manufacturing Reliability, and Customer Service Satisfaction.


With over 28 years of contract manufacturing experience, Accurate Electronics is well positioned to meet the challenges offered by our customers and today's advanced technologies.

Fred Jadali
President

Achieving ISO 13485 certification is an important milestone for Accurate Electronics. It's not only a sign of our ongoing dedication to quality manufacturing but also demonstrates our readiness to take on the very demanding challenge of building medical devices that must be robust and reliable.

Henry Gholami,
VP Operations