AWS Electronics Passes Nadcap Accreditation for 5th Year in a Row


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AWS Electronics Group, one of Europe’s leading specialist electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers, has announced that its facility in Newcastle-under-Lyme, UK, has, for the fifth year in a row, achieved certification by Nadcap, the global cooperative accreditation program for aerospace engineering, defense and related industries.

“Nadcap accreditation is vital for our military and aerospace customer base, so I am pleased to say that this year we again passed with flying colors. Newcastle-under-Lyme is still our flagship manufacturing center for high complexity box build and PCBAs and for fast turnaround production and rapid proto-typing,” commented Paul Deehan, AWS Electronics CEO. “These critical value add services are all required by customers operating in high-reliability sectors. We are especially seeing a growth in demand in equipment used in cyber security and intelligence systems.”

AWS Electronics’ Nadcap A7003 accredited facility in the UK is complimented by a mirror-image facility containing the same equipment and using the same company-wide control systems and procedures in the low cost manufacturing region of Námestovo, Slovakia.

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