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Creative Technology Services Enhances its Global Competitiveness with Additional Regulatory Certifications

CANTON, Mich., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Creative Technology Services, or CTS, ( announced that it has received certifications for international quality standards for the most stringent medical devices by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and from TUV America. The company is continuing to focus on its growth in the medical device industry, since its management buyout of the company from well-known automotive supplier MSX International, last year.

CTS has the facilities and certifications to accommodate the manufacturing needs of the most sophisticated medical devices and products with its Class III FDA Registered Facility. Class III is the most stringent regulatory category in the healthcare industry and therefore allows CTS to manufacture equipment with lesser regulatory requirements as well, such as Class II medical devices, which represent the vast majority of them.

In addition, CTS is radiation-certified by the federal and state regulators, which means that it is licensed to work with radioactive materials.

CTS has also obtained ISO 13485:2003 certification, which specifies requirements to ensure that the devices consistently meet customer requirements and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices and related services.

Finally, ISO 9001:2000 certification was also granted. This specifies requirements to ensure the organization's ability to consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable regulatory requirements and to enhance customer satisfaction through the assurance of conformity to customers and applicable regulatory requirements.

"These certifications will give us the firepower to support more of our customers that deliver complex medical products throughout the world," said Don Leith, President and CEO of CTS. "We are already known for our passion for quality and for making the differences to the end-users; these certifications simply confirms our focus on excellence," he adds.

Creative Technology Services (CTS) is a Medical Device Manufacturer specializing in the manufacturing and assembly of sophisticated electro- mechanical devices and systems. It offers a complete operating infrastructure, from initial concept engineering through production and beyond. This includes in-field services, and all the essential activities and disciplines throughout a product lifecycle to ensure the highest quality products and services are delivered.

For more information on Creative Technology Services, LLC you may visit them at or contact them directly at 734.207.2600.

Contact: James W. Smyth

Phone: 1.734.207.2600

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