NWL Inc. announces the selection by Raytheon Company for a supplier excellence award for technology innovation
NWL Inc. is pleased to announce the selection by Raytheon Company for a supplier excellence award for technology innovation. This award was provided to NWL for innovative solutions that help solve complex technical challenges in support of mission critical radar systems. NWL has proven the ability to separate themselves from the competition in the high power magnetics industry. NWL was selected by Raytheon to develop a complex high power transformer that has a very high power density specification. NWL is very pleased to receive this award and has enjoyed our ongoing relationship with Raytheon. We at NWL are up to the challenge of meeting and exceeding Raytheon’s demand for excellence.
“Six Gold, Silver and Bronze awards honor those suppliers who best represent the key initiatives of the IDS business strategy: Raytheon Six Sigma™, innovation, affordability, global growth, partnership and flawless execution. Suppliers were nominated by the programs, and key members of the Integrated Supply Chain and Quality organizations reviewed the nominations for award selection. NWL was one of the three companies recognized for the Innovation category award for their excellence in supplier innovation and partnering with Raytheon to deliver key technology competencies for our programs.”
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