Milwaukee Electronics’ Portland facility has completed its audit for the transition to ISO 13485:2016 and re-certification to ISO 9001:2015.

“Our internal team did a great job in supporting the transition to latest revision of ISO 13485. While the preparation done last year for the transition to ISO 9001:2015 helped, the two standards are no longer as closely aligned so there was still a significant level of effort required to ensure compliance with the standard’s requirements,” said Bob Willenbring, Milwaukee Electronics’ Corporate Quality Director.

The Portland facility was audited early in October and recommended for certification. There were three minor findings which have been corrected and will be submitted to the facility’s Registrar shortly.

The transition to the new standard more closely aligns the facility’s processes with FDA requirements in the areas of complaint handling, process validation and risk management.

Please read our latest newsletter for Milwaukee Electronics, which includes:

  • Large PCBA capabilities expanded in Milwaukee
  • Message from our CEO: Our latest investments
  • Our IT strategy is enabling changes to our business model to support our Design Engineering and PCBA capabilities
  • Corporate Quality Director
  • Organizational Changes
  • Mexico PCBA facility expansion update

Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q3 2018

Rick McClain, President and COO joins with other industry experts to weigh in on the impact of recent import tariffs.

Milwaukee Electronics president Rick McClain said that while they are not seeing any indication that customers plan to move production, their Mexico facility can accommodate additional production for customers that wish to use a NAFTA strategy to mitigate tariffs…

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In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Electronics’ Newsletter, we cover a range of topics including:

  • How Milwaukee Electronics Eliminates Risks in a Highly Constrained Market
  • New Corporate Materials Director is Named
  • Engineering In Action – Dense High Speed Digital Circuitry
  • New Equipment and Certifications
  • Streamlining Digital Documentation Processes

 

Click Here To Read:  Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q2 2018 (1)

In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Electronics’ Newsletter, we cover a range of topics including:

  • A Presidential Announcement
  • Leadership Development Program
  • A New Director of Business Development
  • Perfecting the Handoff From Layout to Protoyping
  • Screaming Circuits Customer Spotlight

Click Here to Read: Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q1 2018

Happy Holidays from Milwaukee Electronics!  Our latest newsletter highlights the recent news and happenings around our company, including:

  • Another new SMT machine installed in our Milwaukee, Wisconsin facility
  • Notes from Mike: Our Customer Survey results and strategic investments
  • A ReOrganization of our Engineering Resources
  • How SDPCB supports customers balance Cost and Performance
  • A new SDPCB website
  • A new Coil Winding Machine in our Tecate, MX facility

Click Here to read the Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q4 2017!

 

 

In latest edition of the Milwaukee Electronics’ Newsletter, we cover a range of topics including:

  • ISO 9001: 2015 Certification for the Portland facility
  • An increase in Medical prototyping business in Screaming Circuits
  • A New Quality Manager
  • How SanDiego PCB handles Cellular RF challenges
  • Engineering Sales
  • PCB Fabrication Pricing
  • Material Lead-Time Strategy

Click on the link to read: Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q3 2017

 

In the latest edition of our Company Newsletter, Milwaukee Electronics features some important updates and improvements from around the organization:

  • A new SMT Line was installed in Tecate, Mexico facility for our increase in PCBA demand
  • Message from Mike – Highlighting our improvements in electronic manufacturing capabilities
  • Continuous Improvement Story from the Portland, Oregon facility
  • A new Product Manager in Screaming Circuits
  • San Diego PCB talks about HDI issues and how to solve increasingly complex PCB Layout challenges
  • New investments in Screen Printing, Inspection equipment help support our pcb assembly capabilities
  • Tecate Hires a new Program Manager

Click Here To Read the Milwaukee Electronics Newsletter Q2 2017!