exceet Member Company AEMtec Earns EN 9100 Certification

Rotkreuz / Berlin, (PresseBox) -
  • Independent third party confirms compliance with internationally recognized quality standards for aerospace and defense technology
  • Clients benefit from high quality, security and sustainability standards
  • AEMtec listed in OASIS database as EN 9100-compliant supplier
AEMtec GmbH, a member company of exceet Technology Group, has earned internationally recognized certification under EN 9100. This certification, carried out by Swiss-based SQS, requires an especially high standard of quality management. In gaining EN 9100 certification, AEMtec demonstrates its special competence for clients from the aerospace and defense industries.

EN 9100 certification lets businesses show that they satisfy maximum requirements regarding process quality, security and reliability. Companies seeking certification must also fulfill a wide range of additional demands that guarantee long-term product availability and usability, and meet criteria for associated services such as product documentation. SQS has confirmed that AEMtec already attains very high methodology levels in implementing these requirements.

This type of certification, developed specifically for the aerospace and defense industries, is based on the general quality management standard EN ISO 9001. In technology terms, it is equivalent to similar norms in the US and Asia, meaning that internationally active clients also benefit from the new AEMtec certification. Certification is conducted exclusively by accredited, independent third parties, in this case by SQS (Swiss Association for Quality and Management Systems). AEMtec is now listed in the online database of IAQG (OASIS Database) as a supplier specially suited to the needs of aerospace and defense contractors.

Recertification Offers Clients Quality and Competitive Advantages

EN 9100-certified businesses are recertified at regular intervals, guaranteeing continual process optimization, steadily growing efficiency and cost effectiveness. Clients thus gain competitive advantages and are assured of compliance with maximum quality standards.

“For us, EN 9100 certification is a logical step in pursuing the consistent strategic development of AEMtec and positioning ourselves as an innovative company that meets the highest standards”, says Dan Negrea, managing director of AEMtec. “We have shown that we can fulfill the stringent quality demands of the aerospace and defense industries and are thereby adding another important element to our overall business concept. Also, this certification lets us widen and consolidate our business relationships, and it lets our clients expand the scope of collaboration to a wide range of single-source services from exceet Group.”

About AEMtec GmbH

AEMtec, with headquarters and manufacturing facilities at the reputable science and technology park Berlin-Adlershof, offers state-of-the-art technologies for complex client-specific (opto-) electronic applications. The company handles a wide spectrum of high-end chip level technologies including wafer back-end processes, chip on board, flip chip, 3D integration and opto-packaging. AEMtec’s portfolio also extends to wide-ranging development services, e.g. feasibility studies for mounting and bonding technology, design and layout, production of test equipment, and support through to serial production.

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