Distron Corporation Achieves ISO 13485 Medical Device Certification

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Distron Corporation achieves the certification to an internationally recognized management system standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), is a requirement for the manufacturing of commercial medical devices.

Distron Corporation today announced successful certification to ISO 13485: 2003, Quality Management Standard for Medical Devices. Company President Robert Donovan personally thanked Mike Hayes, Director of Engineering and Quality for the firm, who coordinated the certification process. The certification to this standard, an internationally recognized management system standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), is a requirement for the manufacturing of commercial medical devices.

Distron Corporation is a New England based electronic contract manufacturer of circuit boards and electro-mechanical assemblies. For forty years the company has provided manufacturing services to a wide variety of the electronic market sector including military, medical, industrial, and scientific instrumentation. The addition of ISO13485 along with its ISO 9001 certification strengthens Distron's commitment to customer quality and service and positions the company for further expansion in the medical device sector of the marketplace.

Currently, Distron is providing manufacturing services to OEMs engaged in ultrasonic imaging, pediatric defibrillators and pharmaceutical equipment. VP of Sales, Don Petry said, "Distron is well positioned to expand the service offering to other New England based medical device companies. We see the medical device market segment propelling Distron's growth into the next decade."

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