ILFA has developed an integrated quality management system that takes into account the individual requirements of our customers and at the same time ensures standardised procedures in the individual process steps. Through the continuous review of these standards by external testing and certification bodies, customer audits, but also internal test and control procedures, we are always on the ball and continue to optimise unstoppably.
The production of prototypes and small series requires a high degree of flexibility in the production processes. Hardly any PCB is the same as another, so new workflows have to be created again and again. For employees, this means working with a high level of concentration and ensuring that the specified work steps are followed exactly for each new prototype. This applies not only to the optimal use of materials and production resources, compliance with process specifications and occupational safety measures, but also to the careful and sustainable treatment of our environment.
Certified quality management
Methodically thought-out work processes make a decisive contribution to the high quality and economic efficiency of our products. The organisational measures we use to continuously improve our processes are described in our quality management system (QM system).
At ILFA, we decided early on to certify our QM system according to DIN EN ISO 9001. The successful certification is the documented proof of our quality awareness. With its process and customer-oriented approach, DIN EN ISO 9001 also ensures a high level of transparency in our operational processes. It is not without reason that DIN EN ISO 9001 is the most widely used and most important standard in quality management.
Environmental protection lived
In addition to our QM system, which we are constantly developing, we have also introduced an environmental management system according to DIN EN ISO 14001. This means that we go beyond the legal requirements and practice active and effective environmental protection. We reduce environmental risks, conserve natural resources and permanently improve our environmental performance.