HT Pho-Tronics Receives AS9100D 2016 Certification


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HT Pho-Tronics has received certification to AS9100D 2016 from registrar SAI Global. The company was faced with an extremely challenging timeline, but the management team along with every single company employee worked flawlessly together to accomplish this milestone in this record-setting implementation.

About HT Pho-Tronics

Pho-Tronics founded in 1962 as a privately-held family owned and operated business and has recently been acquired into the HT Global Circuits family of printed circuit board factories. HT Pho-Tronics has been manufacturing high-reliability, complex printed circuit boards for over 50 years in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the aerospace, military. Industrial and commercial industries. Their 60,000 sq. ft. facility was constructed in 1980 for the specific purpose of manufacturing cost effective printed circuit boards. Product excellence Is achieved through a dedication to continuous process improvement through lean manufacturing principles, SPC and advanced root cause analysis.

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