Computrol to Discuss High-Mix Electronic Manufacturing and Lot Traceability Capabilities at Amcon


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Computrol, Inc., a world-class provider of mid- to low-volume, high-mix electronic manufacturing services to OEMs, will exhibit in Booth #204 at AmCon Seattle, schedule to take place Feb. 16-17, 2016 at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue, WA. Computrol representatives will discuss high-mix electronic manufacturing and lot traceability capabilities.

Utilizing state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and processes, Computrol focuses on prototyping and low to medium volume, high-mix production of PCB, box build, cable harness and backplane assemblies. The company’s world-class team has the experience to make any design project a success.

Computrol is certified to ISO 9001-2008, ISO 13485 specific to medical device quality systems, AS9100 specific to military and aerospace quality systems, IPC class II and III and J-Std certified as well as being ITAR registered and lead-free RoHS compliant. For more information, stop by Booth #240 at the show or visit www.computrol.com.

About Computrol, Inc.

Computrol, Inc., with manufacturing facilities in Meridian, Idaho and Orem, Utah, is a leading national provider of high-quality, low-volume electronics manufacturing capabilities, serving military, medical, aerospace, broadcast and general industry customers. For more information about Computrol, Inc., visit www.computrol.com.

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