CENTURY PCB Taiwan Now Certified to ISO 13485


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CENTURY PC Board Ltd Taiwan has received the ISO 13485 certification for the manufacture of printed circuit boards (PCB) for the medical industry. 

"ISO 13485 is simply the affirmation of the processes we have built in-house supporting our growing medical segment. It is a true reflection of the long-term efforts we are undertaking for our medical customers," said Chris Wu, Operations Manager for CENTURY.

"We have a strong focus on building quality PCBs for medical devices, and this certification solidifies our support of our customers' quality requirements. CENTURY has a well-established presence and significant experience for our medical OEM customers where the PCB is the platform for their highly reliable product," said Alex Wu, president and owner. "This designation further recognizes our continued investments in our quality systems, our people, and our customers."

The ISO 13485 certification adds to CENTURY PCB's other standards approvals, including the AS9100 and TS16949 standards.

About CENTURY PC Board

CENTURY Taiwan, along with its sister company CENTURY PCB of China, is the only American-owned, privately held PCB manufacturer with facilities in China and Taiwan. Established over 20 years ago by Alex Wu, CENTURY PCB—with Active Sales Associates as its American sales office—has delivered millions of quality printed circuit boards to hundreds of customers throughout North America. CENTURY’s insistence on excellence and attention to detail, as well as the ability to understand customer specifications, have contributed greatly to its ongoing success. Alex resides with his family in Largo, Florida, but spends much of his time personally overseeing the overseas manufacturing operations of his companies. 

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