Dutron takes new cleanroom into operation

Class 7 cleanroom will be used for packaging cables and cable assemblies

The cleanroom in Poland is being used for packaging cables and cable assemblies

Dutron, a Dutch manufacturer of wire harnesses used in the automotive, consumer goods and telecommunications industries, has installed a new Class 7 cleanroom at its assembly plant in Srem, Poland.

The cleanroom will be used for the clean packaging of cables and cable assemblies.

Ralph van Beusekom, Dutron’s general manager, said: “With this cleanroom we take another important step in expanding the service to our customers.”

“A cleanroom like the one we are starting to use now matches perfectly with the strategic choices we have made as a company. Dutron wants to serve its customers in the best possible way. This means that we must be very flexible and be able to offer a wide range of production methods and techniques.”

Dutron says quality is of paramount importance to the firm and this is underlined by its accreditation to ISO 9001. The firm employs 7 people in Dieren, The Netherlands and 350 in Poland.

The cleanroom allows Dutron to extend its service offering to clients