Noreast Electronics has thrived for over 40 years in the industry, with extensive experience in manufacturing a wide variety of electromagnetic components. These include capabilities to satisfy High Power/High Voltage designs, Radio Frequency, Low Noise (EMI optimized) designs and a wide variety of other Electro-Mechanical assembly requirements. These solutions can also be designed with a variety of mounting options, as well as full encapsulation in order to ensure no failure operability in extreme environmental conditions. All of these variations are produced to exacting standards and work processes developed through years of experience in manufacturing to stringent military and ISO 9001 specifications.
Noreast Electronics first obtained its ISO Certification in 1996. Combined with four decades of experience as a manufacturer of electromagnetic products we have continuously refined our systems and capabilities to ensure adherence to this high quality standard in every stage of our process. From review and feasibility assessments of initial customer drawings, through to prototyping and ongoing manufacturing.
Backed by an established system of in process and end of line audits, our quality assurance professionals ensure our customers receive the high quality and reliability they expect in every order.
The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is a set of regulations governing the exporting and temporary importing of defense articles and services to and from the United States of America. In order to strengthen the Canada/U.S. agreement on defense trade controls, ITAR has officially recognized Canadian organizations with a Canadian CGP (Controlled Goods Program) registration under the ITAR agreement (part 126 section 126.5 – Canadian exemption of the e-CFR)
Noreast Cage code is 37364 and these regulations are governed by the Department of State and may be viewed in full by clicking here.
Canadian Controlled Goods Member
The Controlled Goods Program (CGP) was created in 2001 for organizations that need to examine, possess or transfer controlled goods in Canada. A CGP registered organization is regularly checked for compliance with the regulations in order to maintain its active status. The CGP designation is administered by the Department of Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC).
Go to the PWGSC website and search for Noreast to verify the validity of our registration or to obtain more information about the controlled goods designation.
The Institute for Printed Circuits (IPC) (now called the Association Connecting Electronics Industries) is a trade association whose aim is to standardize the assembly and production requirements of electronic equipment and assemblies.
Under these guidelines Noreast has technicians trained and certified in the following specialties:
-IPC-A-610F Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies
-IPC/WHMA-A-620B Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies