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Rochester Electronics Receives IATF-16949 Letter of Conformance

Providing high-quality semiconductors in challenging times

Published: Thursday, January 6, 2022 - 13:00

(Rochester Electronics: Newburyport, MA) -- Rochester Electronics announces it has earned a letter of conformance, confirming its quality management system (QMS) complies with the requirements of the standard IATF 16949:2016, which defines the requirements of a quality management system for organizations in the automotive industry.

Obtaining this letter demonstrates Rochester’s commitment to providing customers with the highest standards of products and services within the automotive industry.

The use of semiconductor electronics in automotive applications has expanded rapidly over the last few decades and continues to be one of the fastest growing segments. Consequently, the semiconductor supply chain has now become integral to a manufacturer’s product planning. With a range of semiconductor manufacturing capabilities, Rochester Electronics supports its customers with individual services through to full turnkey manufacturing.

“We are extremely proud of our team for their work on achieving this milestone for the company,” says Mike Dube, vice president of manufacturing and engineering at Rochester Electronics. “The requirements of the automotive electronics industry align well with our capabilities and this sector represents a key element of our strategy for growth.”

About Rochester Electronics

Rochester Electronics is the world’s largest continuous source of semiconductors and is 100-percent authorized by more than 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers. As a licensed semiconductor manufacturer, Rochester has manufactured more than 20,000 device types. With over 12 billion die in stock, Rochester has the capability to manufacture more than 70,000 device types.

Rochester offers a full range of manufacturing services including design, wafer processing, assembly, test, reliability, and IP archiving providing single solutions through to full turnkey manufacturing, enabling faster time to market.

For more information visit www.rocelec.com.

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