SOMACIS Receives Nadcap Merit Status for 24 Months


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Nadcap recognizes SOMACIS for its superior performance and commitment to continual improvement in aerospace quality.

SOMACIS announces that once more it has been awarded Nadcap Merit status for Electronics at its Italian facilities, covering rigid and HDI PCBs. The very first European PCB manufacturer to achieve the Nadcap accreditation, SOMACIS has held the accreditation since 2005.

Having demonstrated ongoing commitment to quality by satisfying customer requirements and industry specifications, the Nadcap Task Group has determined that SOMACIS has earned special recognition. This means that, instead of having their next Nadcap audit in twelve months, SOMACIS has been granted an accreditation that lasts until 2017.

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