Sonic has a well defined, systematic evaluation system to ensure that standards of quality are constantly being met. This system has been in use at Sonic for over a decade and has been enhanced over time to encompass the various disciplines of manufacturing, and the ever changing needs of our OEMs. Sonic is a premier regional electronic manufacturing services organization that has supported customers across all market segments. We have designed, prototyped and produced products for customers that require very high reliability and the highest in quality excellence. Sonic adheres to a “no tolerance” policy for which we were audited and passed. We have achieved success in projects with our highly sensitive customers based on the discipline we maintain while adhering to our quality standards.
Research has proven that quality products have a direct impact on profitability
At Sonic we have built in-line quality systems in our manufacturing processes so we are always prepared when issues arise during production. These issues typically stem from a lack of alignment between the disciplines responsible for the product and process quality. When it comes to successful product manufacturing, it’s essential that we get it right from the ontset. Taking quality delays and issues out of the time-to-market equation requires closing the loop between the product as it is built and during the design stages of the product life cycle. Sonic’s quality system establishes a connection between product design, process development, and the shop floor to output stellar quality products while mitigating launch delays.
The Sonic Quality Assurance System is:
- Offers In-line Inspection
- Zero Defect Products
- 9001:2008 Certified
- 13485:2003 Certified
- J-Std-001 Certified
- IPC-A-610 Certified
- ITAR, TUV, FCC, UL Registered
- REACH Compliant
- ROHS & Lead Free Certified
Sonic proudly manufactures for the automotive, bio-medical and security industries, all of whom require full compliance with high-quality standards that are critical to the essential functions of their products.