Isola Achieves IATF 16949: 2016 Certification


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Isola Group has achieved IATF 16949: 2016 certification for our Chandler, Arizona headquarters and our facilities in Dϋren, Germany, Huizhou and Suzhou, China and Taoyuan and Yangmei, Taiwan. “These certifications represent a significant industry achievement and further demonstrate our commitment to providing the highest level of quality and service to our customers worldwide,” said Jim Poon, Vice President, Global Quality and Asia Operations. “This certification is applicable to all the business segments we serve, inclusive of the automotive industry, and reinforces our commitment to quality, innovation and continuous improvement worldwide,” Poon added.

About Isola Group

Isola Group, headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, is a global material sciences company focused on designing, developing, manufacturing and marketing copper-clad laminates and dielectric prepregs used to fabricate advanced multi-layer printed circuit boards. Isola’s high-performance materials are used in sophisticated electronic applications in the communications infrastructure, cloud computing, automotive, military, medical and aerospace markets. Isola has over 1600 employees with technical support, sales, manufacturing and R&D facilities in Asia, Europe and North America.

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