FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: APRIL 1, 2021                                                  



Aurora IL: Dr. Chris Kalmus, Owner and President of Aurora Circuits, recently announced that his company successfully achieved their ISO 2015 Registration.

When making the announcement, Dr. Kalmus commented, “Aurora Circuits is proud to announce that we are well on our way to completing our AS9100 certification – a requirement for Aviation, Space and Defense organizations. The adoption of the AS9100 certification is a marker of our commitment to continuous quality management and improvement. This process is anticipated to be completed by the end of June 2021.


About Aurora Circuits

We have been manufacturing outstanding printed circuit boards in the USA for more than 80 years, so we know a thing or two about making great products. We are problem solvers, creative partners, cost reducers and quality mongers who love nothing more than bringing a new circuit board story to life. Aurora is the world’s leading producer of Ultra Heavy copper boards providing PCBs with over 20 oz copper thicknesses.


For more information go to:

KJ McCann
630-978-3830 |
2250 White Oak Circle | Aurora, Illinois 60502



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