Quality Systems and Processes
At ALTEX, our quality control systems and processes are continually reviewed at all stages of the contract manufacturing process to ensure accuracy and promote further improvement. In addition to quality testing processes such as optical inspection, electrical verification, in-circuit test, probe and pull force testing, our documented quality control systems include the following systems:
- The foundation for achieving consistent and predictable outcomes in our QMS is derived from ISO 9001:2008 standards and supplemented by customer-specific requirements.
- Our manufacturing techniques are compliant with IPC/WHMA A-620, the industry standard for cable and wire harness fabrication and installation.
- Additionally, ALTEX has adopted Lean manufacturing techniques in its North American facilities in Indiana and Nogales, Mexico.
- A key part of our manufacturing best practices is poka-yoke fixturing, also known as “mistake-proofing,” which prevents incorrect parts from being made or assembled and improves quality, reliability, safety and efficiency.
Additional quality practices include:
ALTEX provides complete environmental compliance documentation and testing through a partnership with RSJ Technical Consulting.
ALTEX complies with E.U. directive on restriction on the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. Documentation of our compliance is available upon request.
If you’re considering our services, we encourage you to inquire about our quality audits. We comply with our customers’ specified quality standards and proudly provide our customers with complete transparency into the manufacturing process.
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