Prototron Circuits' Tucson Facility Achieves ISO 9001-2015


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Prototron Circuits' Tucson facility has achieved ISO 9001-2015 certification.

“This is another example of the progress that our Tucson facility has been making over the past few years. The team there has raised the bar considerably when it comes to being one of the premier high-tech quick-turn PCB fabrication facilities in the country,” said Dave Ryder, president of Prototron Circuits.

“This accomplishment represents a lot of hard work and dedication on the part of the entire team here in Tucson. We are very proud of our people and our company,” added Kim O’Neil, Tucson’s general manager.

About Prototron

With over 30 years in business, Prototron Circuits is one of the industry leaders when it comes to high technology quick turn printed circuits boards. Their continued outstanding performance (98%+ Quality and Delivery) has made them a true preferred source of all companies needing reliable QTA PCBs. And now with their new global sourcing solution, Prototron Circuits is truly America’s board source.

Prototron has facilities in Redmond, Washington and Tucson.

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