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Raytheon recognises 33 suppliers for excellent performance

Posted 6 June 2017 · Add Comment

Raytheon has recognised 33 suppliers for their excellent performance supporting programmes across Raytheon.

"As we continue to evolve and advance relationships with our suppliers, it is critical that we recognise those partners whose commitment and customer focus is lock step with our own," said David Wilkins, Vice President of Contracts and Supply Chain for Raytheon. "The Supplier Excellence Program Awards acknowledge the suppliers who share our vision of customer success through trusted, innovative solutions."

The Supplier Excellence Program supports Raytheon's strategic sourcing which enables Enhanced engagement and communication, Quantitative and qualitative measurement of supplier performance, plus Recognition and rewards for top performers who contribute to both Customer and Raytheon success.

Recipients are recognised in two categories for their achievements: Premier and EPIC.  Premier Awards recognize a supplier's support and commitment to affordability, technical, business management and/or partnership. EPIC Awards recognise a supplier's overall Excellence in Performance, Innovation & Collaboration for one or more Raytheon business.

Premier Award Winners:


  • Anaren Microwave, Inc
  • Sanmina Corporation
  • UTC Aerospace Systems, Actuation & Propeller Systems

Business Management

  •     Vallen


  •     Orbital ATK
  •     Dynetics, Inc
  •     Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace
  •     Mercury Corporation - Memory and Storage Solutions
  •     Primus Technologies Corporation


  •     EMCORE Corporation
  •     Spectra Technologies, LLC

EPIC Awards Winners:

  •     Advanced Electronics Company, Ltd.
  •     ARCONIC
  •     BCD Travel
  •     Cobham Mission Systems, Orchard Park
  •     Corning Incorporated
  •     Ceradyne, Inc., a 3M Company
  •     CEVA Logistics
  •     Cree, Inc
  •     Fifth Gait Technologies Inc.
  •     Global Relief Technologies, Inc.
  •     Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
  •     Inovar, Inc.
  •     IQE
  •     NWL, Inc
  •     Orient Construction Company - Weavers
  •     Page Europa   
  •     Riverside Machine & Engineering, Inc
  •     Saudi Logistics & Technical Support
  •     State Seal Company
  •     TEVET
  •     US Dynamics Corporation
  •     Whitmore/Wirenetics


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