Suntron Corporation, a leader in integrated electronics manufacturing systems (EMS), highlights its capabilities for mission critical defense applications in its latest podcast.
PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - February 28, 2013) -
Suntron Corporation, a leader in integrated electronics manufacturing systems (EMS), highlights its capabilities for mission critical defense applications in its latest podcast. Featuring Suntron's Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Michael Seltzer, the podcast discusses Suntron's unique defense capabilities, why Nadcap is different from other certifications, and where he sees the defense industry going in regards to sequestration and outsourcing.
Suntron's superior manufacturing capabilities include box build, printed circuit board assembly, and large scale system integration. Suntron's manufacturing engineering expertise in DFM & DFT provides defense customers the necessary Mission Assurance to know their products are being produced with the right skills, capabilities, and process controls.
Suntron's success in the defense arena is bolstered by its Nadcap certification, the coveted independent standard for manufacturing processes in the aerospace and defense industries. As one of only very few EMS companies in the U.S. to be Nadcap-certified, Suntron is well-placed to provide its cost-competitive solutions for defense customers' high reliability products. Its premier defense qualifications also include AS9100 certification and ITAR registration.
To learn more, listen to the podcast.
About Suntron Corporation:
Suntron delivers complete manufacturing services and solutions for high reliability products used in safety and mission critical, and productivity and monitoring devices for the aerospace and defense, medical, industrial, networking and telecommunications, and semiconductor capital equipment markets. Suntron provides engineering services, printed circuit board assembly, box build, large scale and complex system integration, and testing services. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Suntron also operates a full service facility in Tijuana, Mexico. For more information about Suntron capabilities: www.suntroncorp.com