Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Suntron Phoenix facility announces cGMP compliance and FDA registration

PHOENIX, USA: Suntron Corp., a leader in integrated electronics manufacturing systems (EMS) and embedded computing solutions, announced that its Phoenix facility is now cGMP compliant and FDA registered. These certifications, along with Suntron's current ISO 13485 standard, ensure the highest quality throughout the medical manufacturing processes.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has long mandated the safety and effectiveness of devices used in the medical industry. As an EMS company serving the medical market segment, many Suntron customers require strict quality requirements that follow FDA-Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) standards defined by the FDA 21 CFR Part 820 QSR.

This QSR forces manufacturers to implement a quality system for designing, manufacturing, packaging, labeling, storing and delivering medical devices sold within the United States.

Some of Suntron's available services in the medical market include box build, printed circuit board assembly, and large scale system integration. Suntron contributes to customers' product design by providing concurrent engineering, design for manufacturing, and design for testability. Engagement of the Suntron engineering group early in the design process reduces variation, cost and complexity, and assists customers in getting their product to market.

Suntron's medical market applications include ultrasound and endoscopy products, oral cancer monitoring and diagnostics, neuroprosthetic electrical stimulations, electrosurgical devices, and more. In addition, Suntron manufactures patient monitoring and connectivity systems and hospital asset tracking systems.

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