LACROIX Electronics Earns PART 21 G


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LACROIX Electronics now is PART 21 G certified on June 18th at Paris Air Show, the production accreditation PART 21 G has been delivered to LACROIX Electronics’ French Saint-Pierre-Montlimart site. This new certification rewards the work of the process quality teams.

In addition to its already certified site in Toulouse, the Saint-Pierre-Montlimart manufacturing site will now be able to deliver electronic equipment EASA Form One aviation certified.

The production accreditation PART 21 G is part of the company’s ambition in aeronautics’ electronics that represent over 25% of the turnover of LACROIX Electronics in France.

The French manufacturing site, with 460 employees, 6 production lines, 12,000 sqm plant floor space has a sustainable growth since more than 25 years. The accreditation PART 21 G will come on top of the multiple quality certifications of the site: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, EN 9100; ISO TS/16949.

This new certification shows the dedication of the quality team of LACROIX Electronics supported by its partner SOPEMEA for the training.

About Apave

Apave helps companies and local authorities assess and manage technical, human and environmental  risks, using the large service range of inspection, construction, checks & measures, training and counselling.

The Apave group’s entity, Sopemea, pools laboratories specialized in environmental testing. Another Apave group’s entity, the Osac, has the unique target to guarantee civil aviation safety, based on a ministry’s accreditation in the context of a public service delegation.

For further information: www.apave.com

About LACROIX Electronics

LACROIX Electronics is specialized in Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) for the industrial, home automation, medical, automotive, aerospace and defense electronics markets. LACROIX Electronics is one of the 3 divisions of the LACROIX Group. Ranked among the top European EMS, employing more than 2900 persons, LACROIX Electronics generated a turnover of about €220.6M by the end of September 2014, which is a growth of +23.1%.

At Paris Air Show official handover of the accreditation PART 21 G:

  • On right, Joël Champain, Production Pole Manager of Osac, an Apave entity
  • On left, Stéphane Klajzyngier, Managing Director of LACROIX Electronics

With its 4 production sites and its development centre, LACROIX Electronics proposes unprecedented industrial end-to-end solutions starting with design in R&D centers up to series production.

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