ACI Completes AS9100D/ISO 9001:2015 Assessment Audit


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Advanced Circuitry International, specialists in RF/microwave and antenna PCBs, is pleased to announce that it has successfully completed the AS9100D/ISO9001:2015 assessment audit at its facilities located in Atlanta, Georgia.

Bryan Ricke, director of sales and business development, states, "Having an ISO9001:2008 QMS system has served our needs and the needs of our customers for many years. While ACI has historically serviced a commercial customer base fabricating RF/microwave and antenna PCBs, we have seen increasing interest from the aerospace and defense community for our products and technology. Based on that interest we have made the commitment to upgrade our QMS system to AS9100D/ISO9001:2015."

About Advanced Circuitry International

Advanced Circuitry International is a world class supplier of RF/Microwave and Antenna PCB’s. We have four state-of-the-art facilities on three continents to serve our customers. From rapid prototype development to large scale production ramp-ups we supply many notable OEM’s and EMS service companies around the world.

Advanced Circuitry International 3424 & 3464 Howell Street, Duluth, GA*770.622.2200

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