Eagle Electronics Earns ISO 9001:2015 Certification


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Mike Kalaria, president and CEO of Eagle Electronics of Schaumburg, Illinois announced today that his company has achieved ISO 9001:2015 Certification through Perry Johnson Registrars (a ANAB certified auditor).

Eagle Electronics is committed to providing best in class product and service offering in the industry. In keeping with this tradition, they have passed the next generation of ISO system level certifications in the ISO 9001:2015.

Commenting on this achievement Kalaria stated, “Our quality team lead by Charlie Savaliya has once again made the necessary system improvements to meet our shareholders goals while making the new risk-based system part of our daily operations. As a part of this we have implemented PFMEA methodology. We are always striving to make continuous improvements.”

Eagle’s unwavering commitment to meet customer demand and provide the best total value in the industry is once again evident. 

About Eagle Electronics, Inc

Since 1979, Eagle Electronics Inc. has provided our customers with the highest quality printed circuit boards at fair and competitive prices. From our modern 50,000 sq. ft. facility, we have been meeting and exceeding our customers' ever-increasing expectations and requirements.

From providing our customers with short standard lead times, to very low premiums on quick turns, we strive to provide the best total value in high technology rapid turn-around PCBs in the industry.

Our Quality System has been ISO certified since 1996. All our products, materials, and processes are UL Recognized. We are dedicated to a Continuous Improvement philosophy, in all facets of our business, to position ourselves to better serve our customers. Simply put, Eagle Electronics, Inc. is committed to “Striving for Excellence in Everything We Say and Do.”

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