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AIM receives IATF certification for facilities in Canada

Stephen Law   


AIM, Montreal-based and global manufacturer of solder assembly materials for the electronics industry, has successfully earned IATF 16949:2016 certifications for its facilities in Canada, Mexico and Poland. IATF certification projects are underway at all AIM facilities to align with the company’s global footprint. 

The IATF 16949 standard is held in high regard throughout the automotive industry worldwide. AIM’s certification reflects its commitment to this industry as well as its overall dedication to continuous improvement in areas such as quality, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, according to AIM’s executive vice-president, David Suraski.

“This certification is a prodigious milestone for AIM,” Suraski says. “The certification process is rigorous and represents a tremendous amount of effort on behalf of the entire AIM Solder team.  Earning the IATF 16949 certification solidifies AIM’s position as a global leader in solder assembly solutions for the automotive industry and beyond.”




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