“We are delighted to extend a warm welcome to CONFIDEE as an addition to CenSecs network in the defence, space, and security sectors. We always appreciate fresh perspectives that new members bring to our network, and we look forward to the collaboration in the future”, CenSec.
CenSec – Center for Defence, Space & Security – is the Danish business cluster for stakeholders within the defence, space and security industry.
“The idea of member collaborations, innovations and sharing of knowledge and experience, is well aligned with CONFIDEEs values, as a transparent and personal printed circuit partner. We applaud every platform where the industry can convene and collectively work to advance knowledge in highly regulated and controlled sectors such as defense, space, and security”, says Sales Manager Denmark, Torben Hajslund.
The work of the CENSEC AS9100 Networking Group
Hajsund was also recently approved as a member to the CENSEC AS9100 Networking Group. CONFIDEE recently achieved the AS9120 certification. This prestigious certification highlights the company’s commitment to excellence, quality, and customer satisfaction, making it a preferred choice for all defence and aerospace needs.
“We were encouraged by some of our major partners in the defence sector to achieve this certification. The standard is part of the AS9100 series, and includes all the ISO 9001 requirements, plus specific requirements and controls related to the aerospace industry. For us it is a given to comply with our partners requirements related to traceability, quality control, and documentation,” says Raymond Goh, COO of CONFIDEE in a press release.
CONFIDEES expertise in compliance, export control, and a transparent yet secure printed circuit supply chain will undoubtedly complement CenSec’s multifaceted efforts.
“We look forward to the exciting opportunities that lie ahead and anticipate mutually beneficial collaborations with CenSec members. United, we are poised to propel innovation, uphold the most rigorous compliance standards, and safeguard the future of defense, space, and security”, says Hajslund.