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Somacis Group announces that their Somacis Inc (Poway, USA) facility has achieved NADCAP (National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) accreditation.
As a part of the global Somacis group, the Poway, USA facility now joins the other Somacis plants that already had achieved the NADCAP certification so that now ALL Somacis facilities globally have achieved this accreditation.
NADCAP accreditation gives Somacis the opportunity to serve our aerospace customers with the highest standard of quality requests.
Somacis Group is constantly looking for new innovations, always focusing on the quality of materials and continuous attention to our customer needs.
The aerospace sector represents an exciting market frontier and Somacis has all the capabilities to face the challenges of this market.
Despite the pandemic due to Covid-19, Somacis has continued to innovate and grow thanks to its team and high-tech capabilities holding the position of PCB industry leader.
We constantly invest in the technology and training of our team in order to be always ready for new challenges and striving for customer satisfaction.
Julia Gumminger, IPC
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Christopher Bonsell, Chemcut
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