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C-MAC recognized for operations quality

Sherbrooke-based CEM awarded as part of the distinctions from Le Grand Prix de la Qualité du Québec (GPQQ)


Contract electronics manufacturer C-MAC, Sherbrooke QC, recently received the ‘Grande Mention’ award for manufacturing quality in its home province of Quebec. The award is part of the distinctions from Le Grand Prix de la Qualité du Québec (GPQQ).

From left are Stéphane Billette, designated minister for small and medium enterprises, regulatory streamlining and regional economic development, Alain Breton, operations director and Alain Belzile, recently retired plant manager

Alain Breton, operations director of the C-MAC Canadian facility, stated, “this reward is the result of more than 30-years in servicing high reliability markets with state-of-the-art manufacturing processes in a zero defects, lean culture environment. The root of this success resides in our employees, fostering continuous improvement and customer satisfaction throughout today’s fast and complex product life cycles.”

The GPQQ criteria for the award compares favorably to internationally renowned awards such as the Deming in Japan, the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in the United States or the European Quality Award.

C-MAC is a supplier of custom electronic solutions for the automotive, aerospace, medical, industrial and other harsh environment and high reliability markets. With ISO/TS 16949, ISO 13485, ISO14001 and over 300 employees, C-MAC provides a wide range of Specialized electronic manufacturing services.

C-MAC is globally positioned to service the North American market from its facility located in Sherbrooke and the European market from its location in Ronse, Belgium. Both plants specialize in the manufacturing of ceramic thick film hybrid microcircuits, printed circuit board assemblies (PCBA) and electronic modules.