Computrol Picks Up Its Third Global Technology Award for Advanced Contract Services


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Computrol, Inc. announces that it was awarded a 2015 Global Technology Award in the category of Contract Services $50-100 million for its Manufacturing Services. The award was presented to the company during a Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015 ceremony that took place at the Messe München exhibition center in Munich, Germany during productronica. Computrol is a world-class provider of mid- to low-volume, high-mix electronic manufacturing services to OEMs.

With a world-class team, Computrol has the experience, equipment and processes in place to make any design project a success. Additionally, the company has the solution for manufacturers from traceability to record retention when quality and on-time delivery matter.

Computrol’s electronics contract manufacturing expertise allows customers to realize significant improvements in cycle time, asset utilization, reliability, flexibility, and responsiveness. These objectives are achieved through integration of modern systems and processes, highly skilled and experienced people, fact-based process management, and continuous improvement.

Computrol is certified to ISO 13485 specific to medical device quality systems, ISO 9001-2008, AS9100, IPC class II and III and J-Std certified as well as being ITAR registered and lead-free RoHS compliant. For more information, visit www.computrol.com.

Premiering in 2005, the Global Technology Awards program is an annual celebration of product excellence in electronics surface mount assembly. Premier products based on the finest examples of creative advancement in technology are chosen by a distinguished panel of industry experts. For more information, visit www.globalsmt.net/awards.

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.

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