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Oxley Inc. Receives Raytheon 3-Star Supplier Award

Posted 3 August 2017 · Add Comment

Oxley Inc, part of Oxley Group is delighted to have been awarded a Supplier Excellence Award by Raytheon for performance throughout 2016.


Ernesto Schaeuffler and Jerry Gourd from Oxley receiving the award from Raytheon

Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business instituted the annual Supplier Excellence Awards programme to recognise suppliers who have provided outstanding service and partnership in exceeding customer requirements. Award candidates are judged on certain criteria, including overall quality and on-time delivery. Oxley Group was one of 45 companies recognized by Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business for 3-Star honours.

Oxley manufactures a range of lamps, EMI filters and Interconnect for Raytheon at both their Priory Park site in Cumbria UK and in Branford, CT US and the 3-Star award indicates that the Oxley supplier scorecard was at 95% or higher in both delivery and quality.

Martin Sloan, CEO of Oxley Inc. commented, ‘We’re delighted to be recognised with this award, Raytheon has a large supplier base and to be selected for the 3-star award puts us in the top 5% of those suppliers in terms of both quality and performance. We thank Raytheon for this recognition and we look forward to developing our relationship with them further and continuing to provide world class products that meet their high specification requirements.’

Oxley is a leading designer and manufacturer of LED lighting, night vision products and electronic components, products are in use across worldwide defense platforms to enhance the capability of aircraft, vehicles and vessels.  The range includes EMC filters, LED indicator lamps and interconnect products; all designed for challenging military applications.
 

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