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Tronics Certified To International Standard For Automotive Quality Management Systems

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Tronics, a TDK Group Company that manufactures custom MEMS products and standard inertial sensors for industrial applications, announces that its facility located in Crolles, France, is now certified to the IATF 16949:2016, the international standard for automotive quality management systems. Compliance with one of the most widely used international standards in the industry will enable Tronics to continuously improve its quality approach and integrate automotive-grade requirements in its manufacturing operations.

“Today we take another step forward in our willingness to reach the operational excellence towards our worldwide customer base by providing products and services with high added value in line with their growing expectations,” says Julien Bon, Chief Executive Officer of Tronics.

IATF 16949:2016 is the global technical specification and quality management standard for the automotive industry, fully aligned and used in conjunction with the structure and requirements of ISO 9001:2015. It contains additional requirements specific to the automotive industry, bringing together standards from across Europe and the United States in designing, developing, manufacturing, installing, or servicing automotive-grade products.

Following the certification of the Group to the ISO 9001:2015, Tronics’ facility located in Crolles, France, now has a quality management system tailored for organizational efficiency and effectiveness. This new milestone will ensure Tronics that its MEMS products and services consistently meet customer requirements, and that quality and customer satisfaction is continuously improved, through workforces committed to operational execution.

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