American Standard Circuits Successfully Completes AS9100:D and ISO 9001:2015 Audits

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American Standard Circuits has passed their most recent AS9100:D and ISO 9001:2015 audits which cover all interconnect products for military, aerospace, medical, communications and other high-tech markets.

“Passing these intensive audits is a tribute to the entire team at American Standard Circuits,” commented president and CEO Anaya Vardya. “Because we are so heavily invested in working with the defense and aerospace market it is important that we are always up to date with our specs and qualifications. It is important to pass these audits and retain our qualifications, but it is critical that we sustain and continually improve the processes that these systems control. This is another proud achievement for our ever-growing company.”


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