Boston-Based Performance Motion Devices, Inc. Becomes One Of The First Companies in the Motion Control Industry to Achieve Medical Device ISO 13485:2016 Certification
Westford, MA - August 25, 2020: Performance Motion Devices, Inc. (PMD) today announced that it has received ISO 13485:2016 certification for all of its facilities, both US-based and international. The ISO 13485 Quality Management Standard embodies the requirements for a comprehensive management system for the design and manufacture of medical related devices. With this certification PMD demonstrates to the life sciences and medical community its stringent commitment to process and quality control, becoming one of the first companies in the automation and motion control space to achieve this milestone.
As an ISO 13485:2016 certified organization, PMD can now offer medical device and lab automation engineering solutions that are tailored to address project-specific needs and requirements from concept to commercialization, while still meeting and maintaining the highest international standards of design and manufacturing quality.
Chuck Lewin, CEO of Performance Motion Devices, Inc. states “Today's high performance motion control solutions require the utmost attention to detail and quality control. We are proud to have achieved ISO 13485:2016 certification in support of our goal to provide the very highest standards of product quality and performance to our worldwide community of motion control customers in the life sciences, laboratory automation, and medical research space."
Click here to download PMD's ISO 13485:2016 Certificate.
About Performance Motion Devices
Performance Motion Devices, Inc. is a world leader in motion control technology for life sciences, robotics, and industrial automation. PMD delivers a broad range of advanced electronic motion control products including integrated circuits, digital amplifiers, digital drives, and boards to a worldwide customer base. With over 6.5 million motors controlled by PMD solutions, they distribute products to manufacturer’s and OEMs around the globe.
About ISO 13485
The ISO 13485 standard was developed in 1996 in an effort to provide a quality management system tailored for the medical device industry and is recognized internationally. To be certified to the ISO 13485 standard, an organization must demonstrate the ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer and regulatory requirements. Organizations that obtain ISO 13485 certification give their customers confidence in the quality of the medical devices and services that they provide.
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