STACI Corporation EMS Facility in China Certified to Automotive Quality Standards

STACI Corporation Electronics Manufacturing Services Facility in China Certified to the TS 16949 Automotive Quality Standards

Gurnee, IL – STACI Corporation announces their successful certification to TS 16949, which is an automotive quality standard that is required to serve the automotive market. The state-of-the-art facility is located in an industrial park in Dongkeng, Guangdong province, China.  The 60,000 square foot operations provides its customers with printed circuit board assemblies, cable assemblies, and complete turn-key box build products.

“For a variety of customers within the automotive sector, our China team has worked diligently to obtain this most important quality standard”, says Greg Hebson, senior VP of Sales and Marketing of STACI Corporation, “This is not a certification that we frame and hang on the wall as a marketing tool, but one that we view as an important management tool to use within our company to insure continuous improvements throughout the operations.  This is just one more example of our dedicated focus to exceed our customers’ expectations in all that we do.”

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