Firan Technology Group Corporation (“FTG”) Achieves AS9100D Certification at FTG Fredericksburg


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Firan Technology Group Corporation announced today that it has completed and received AS9100D Certification from SAI Global Ltd. for its recently acquired printed circuit board manufacturing facility located in Fredericksburg, Virginia USA (formerly Colonial Circuits Inc.).

This AS9100 certification demonstrates our commitment to quality, compliance and aligns the Quality Management System with the other FTG manufacturing sites to further augment our Aerospace and Defense customer focus strategy.

“We are proud of our focus on quality at FTG.  As part of our Operational Excellence strategy, we strive for world-class quality systems and process controls.  The AS9100D certification both demonstrates our achievements and is part of our path towards continuous improvement looking forward,” stated Brad Bourne, President and CEO, FTG Corporation.  He added, “The AS9100 certification is a key part of the plan to grow FTG Circuits - Fredericksburg and increase FTG’s overall capacity to support our customers.”

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