Lyncolec Receives prEN9100:2016 (AS9100D) Certification


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SCL PCB Solutions Group announced that its manufacturing subsidiary Lyncolec has been awarded with certification for prEN 9100:2016 (technically equivalent to AS9100D and JISQ 9100:2016) and ISO9001:2015.

The manufacturing facility in Poole passed the transition audit with zero non-conformances in accordance with the quality system certification scheme. BSI, a leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company has issued the upgrade certification for the facility.

With the transition audit pass and certification for prEN 9100:2016 at the Lyncolec plant, OEMs and electronic manufacturing customers from industries including aviation, space and defense can continue to rely on Lyncolec’s high-quality manufacturing and supply standards. The full scale of prototype to medium batch manufacture and assembly of conventional, plated, through-hole, multilayer, flex and flex-rigid combination is covered by the certification.

Martin Randall, group operations director, said, “Achieving highest manufacturing standards is paramount to our successful growth and I’m delighted with our recent successful recertification audit at Lyncolec. The results reflect the hard work of our entire team in implementing and practising the highest levels of quality throughout our manufacturing processes, enabling our customers to engage Lyncolec and the SCL PCB Solutions Group as a strategic partner in their safety critical supply chains, based on our commitment to managing delivered quality to the highest standards.”

About SCL PCB Solutions Group

SCL PCB Group is a leading European manufacturer of PCB requirements with head offices in Waterlooville, United Kingdom. The group comprises of Spirit Circuits Ltd., Spirit Asia, Lyncolec Ltd. and BATM Systems SRL Romania. For more information, click here.

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