ILFA Takes Off as Certified Aerospace Supplier


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ILFA, located in Hanover, Germany, a high tech PCB manufacturer with 39 years of manufacturing experience, is successfully certified according EN9100:2018. The International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) has added ILFA to the Certified Aerospace Supplier Directory. Certification became effective on December 3, 2018.

ILFA has been working with well-known customers from the aviation and aerospace industry for a long time, which helps make this a huge step into the future, presenting ILFA with new challenges and new opportunities. It is all the more remarkable that ILFA has managed to take this step in just six months.

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