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All TT Electronics Integrated Manufacturing Services Facilities Accredited with Medical Manufacturing Standard

Kuantan, Malaysia facility awarded ISO13485 medical manufacturing certification.

Weybridge, United Kingdom (PRWEB) January 21, 2010 -- TT electronics integrated manufacturing services, an award-winning EMS provider, announced today that its manufacturing facility in Kuantan, Malaysia has received ISO 13485:2003 medical certification. The award marks a monumental industry achievement as TT electronics integrated manufacturing services becomes one of the first EMS companies to boast all of its worldwide facilities as being "ISO 13485:2003 compliant".

The TT electronics sites in Suzhou, China, Rogerstone, United Kingdom and Perry, USA already hold this approval.

John Molloy, Divisional Chief Executive for TT electronics integrated manufacturing services stated, "This certification demonstrates our long term commitment to the global medical device market. It also builds on our comprehensive library of accreditations to reassure our customers that we have the lost-cost, quality systems in place to strictly control the manufacturing process and the traceability of materials used in medical products."

ISO 13485 is the international quality management standard for designers and manufacturers of medical devices. It is currently recognised in most major markets worldwide and is a prerequisite for companies producing medical and biomedical products.

"Our ISO 13485 certification demonstrates that we have the processes in place to produce safe and effective medical devices," added Derek Mansfield, Managing Director at TT electronics' Kuantan, Malaysia facility. "Our commitment to quality standards and to achieving operational excellence across the business ultimately enhances the profitability and competitiveness of our customers' products by taking out cost, improving manufacturability and speeding time to market.

TT electronics integrated manufacturing services is one of world's largest business-to-business contract manufacturing companies with manufacturing centres in Malaysia, China, the United States and the United Kingdom. The company works in partnership with manufacturers across the medical, aerospace & defence, industrial and rail markets.

About TT electronics - integrated manufacturing services
Named The '2009 EMS Manufacturer of the Year', TT electronics-integrated manufacturing services is an award-winning provider of comprehensive electronics design, manufacturing and product management services to global electronic and technology companies. With more than 1500 employees and five global manufacturing sites strategically located across the United Kingdom, North America and Asia, TT electronics-integrated manufacturing services provides comprehensive, customized solutions to companies in the medical, telecommunications, aerospace/defence, industrial/commercial and print sectors.

TT electronics-integrated manufacturing services is an internationally accredited company achieving numerous key quality standards including, BS EN ISO 9000: 2000 Quality Systems Management, BS EN ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems, BSI kite mark - IPC-A-610D (class 3).

Further information is available on the company's website at


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