Elmatica Approved as a Member of Swedish Security and Defense Industry Association (SOFF)


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Elmatica has been approved as a member of the Swedish Security and Defense Industry Association (SOFF).

“The Swedish Security and Defense Industry Association is pleased to welcome Elmatica as a new member,” said Secretary-General Robert Limmergård. “Elmatica has a long experience in the industry, working with many defense companies delivering printed circuits, there I believe they will be able to bring valuable experience to the association."

Elmatica will use their experience and knowledge around the procurement process of components, printed circuits or materials to the defence Industry, enlightening their partners to take the optimal choice regarding technology, securing that all products are by compliance-regulations within both import and export.

“We are honored to be approved as a member of SOFF, and look forward to continuing our focus on compliance and regulations on PCB level. Compliance management in the defense industry can be the defining factor between financial success and costly mistakes," says Elmatica CEO Didrik Bech.

"Being compliant with ITAR, DFARS, OGEL, BAFA, and MIL specification and an approved weapon exporter from the Norwegian Government, we develop and possess a high level of knowledge and experience around rules and regulations in the defense sector,” says Bech.

About SOFF

SOFF's main goal is to promote the common interests of the security and defense industry in order to achieve the best possible preconditions for future business. Striving for increased understanding of industries importance to Swedish security and defense policy is a part of that.

About Elmatica

Elmatica was established in 1971 and is the oldest broker of PCB in the world. Delivering to 5 continents and 39 countries with over 10 000 orders per year, to small family businesses and companies listed on the stock exchange.

We are honored for being selected to chair several new independent standards in our industry together with IPC.

For more information visit www.elmatica.com.

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