GSPK Circuits Now Certified to EN9100:2018 Standard


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GSPK Circuits’s Boroughbridge facility in North Yorkshire in the UK has been certified to the EN9100:2018 Quality Management Standard. This certification signifies GSPK Circuits’ ongoing commitment to meeting and exceeding increasingly stringent industry requirements for aerospace-related products for both civil and military markets.

Adding the EN9100:2018 certification to its portfolio of accreditations, including the IATF16949:2016 certificate, increases GSPK’s competitive edge, standardizes quality processes across the organization, and makes it the first and only PCB manufacturer to hold both the aerospace and automotive accreditations. EN9100:2018, the international quality management system standard for aircraft, space and defence, provides manufacturing suppliers with a comprehensive quality system for delivering safe and reliable products. EN9100:2018 is managed by the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) and based upon ISO 9001:2015.

“This forward strategy approach by GSPK demonstrates our ongoing commitment, investment and development to all our customers,” says Ian Kenyon, sales director.

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