Viasystems Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:VIAS) announced that its printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing facility in Huiyang, China, has achieved AS9100 certification, the standardized quality management accreditation for the aerospace industry. The Huiyang facility passed rigorous audits to demonstrate that its manufacturing processes meet the high standards of the aerospace industry.
“Earning the AS9100 designation for our Huiyang facility demonstrates that we are a highly capable supplier to the aerospace electronics industry around the globe,” said David M. Sindelar, Chief Executive Officer of Viasystems. “With certified plants in both the United States and China, we have complete product life-cycle capability for the aerospace industry, from quick-turn PCB prototypes through the ramp-up of volume to low-cost-region manufacturing.”
Viasystems’ plant in Forest Grove, Oregon, also has AS9100 certification along with Nadcap accreditation, ITAR certification, and MIL-PRF certifications.
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Viasystems Group, Inc. is a technology leader and a worldwide provider of complex multi-layer, printed circuit boards (PCBs) and electro-mechanical solutions (E-M Solutions). Its PCBs serve as the “electronic backbone” of electronic equipment, and its E-M Solutions products and services integrate PCBs and other components into electronic equipment, including metal enclosures, cabinets, racks and sub-racks, backplanes, cable assemblies and busbars. Viasystems’ 14,800 employees around the world serve more than 800 customers in the automotive, industrial and instrumentation, telecom, computer/datacom and military/aerospace end markets. For additional information about Viasystems, please visit the Company’s website at