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Lane Electronics recertified to EN 9120:2018 – Quality Management System Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defence Distributors

Lane Electronics, a leading franchised distributor for many of the industry’s major electrical and electronic connector manufacturers, is pleased to announce that following the completion of a BSI Assessment they are now recertified to EN 9120:2018 the Quality Management System Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defence Distributors.

This International Standard specifies the requirements for a quality management system for an organisation which needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Lane Electronics seeks to meet the aims of the standard; to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

Rob Townsend, QA Manager of FC Lane Electronics comments ‘This time the assessment was conducted via a combination of an on-site visit and remote interviews and data access. This recertification is a great result for Lane Electronics and their customers, while the effective and seamless completion of the remote audit is as much a measure of the commitment of Lane’s team to support this valuable accreditation as it is their ability to continually adapt and improve accessibility as a result of the latest business need.”

Lane Electronics is an ideal source for all key connector types including circular, filtered, RF, coaxial, sub – miniature, backshells and adaptors, D connectors, aerospace, test & measurement, IDC, PCB connectors, edge connectors and connectors for rack and panel applications.

For more information call +44 (0) 1403 790 661, email sales@fclane.com or visit https://www.fclane.com/

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