Award confirms the company's valued partnership in providing high-quality and reliable products for the aerospace and defense market
As the company celebrates its 50th year anniversary, HUBER+SUHNER, the leading manufacturer of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity, has confirmed its position in the market as the proud recipient of Raytheon's Supplier Excellence Award. The successful partnership with Raytheon encompasses over 30 years of collaboration, in which HUBER+SUHNER has proven its extensive expertise in providing high-quality and high-performance solutions to address the challenges faced by Raytheon and the defense industry. 'We are delighted to be presented with the Supplier Excellence Award which has solidified our potential to drive forward solutions together with Raytheon - as global technology leaders,' said Andrew Weirback, General Manager, HUBER+SUHNER Astrolab. 'Innovation is a key element that has led to such a long and successful partnership and we are looking forward to working in close partnership with Raytheon for many years to come.' HUBER+SUHNER was one of 75 companies recognised by Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems business for 4-Star honors. The business instituted annual Supplier Excellence Awards recognise suppliers who have provided outstanding service and partnership in exceeding customer requirements. Award candidates were judged on certain criteria including overall quality and on-time delivery. 'At HUBER+SUHNER we pride ourselves on our commitment to provide bespoke solutions that address our customer's individual needs. Through our successful collaboration we have been able to support Raytheon in its mission to keep up with shifting trends in the market and remain fiercely competitive with high-performance and high-quality products,' added Weirback.
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