IEC Electronics Receives Supplier of the Year Award from ViaSat


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IEC Electronics Corp. has been named Supplier of the Year by ViaSat Inc., a global broadband services and technology company.  IEC has a longstanding relationship with ViaSat, working primarily with their Commercial Networks and Government Systems divisions and was selected for this award in recognition of the company's exceptional performance throughout 2017.

"Operational excellence and customer satisfaction are cornerstones of our business and it’s gratifying to receive this recognition from such an innovative and highly esteemed company," says Jeffrey T. Schlarbaum, president and CEO of IEC Electronics. "We greatly value our long term relationship with ViaSat and look forward to continuing to partner with them as a consistent and reliable supplier of a full range of design and manufacturing services."

"We congratulate IEC Electronics for being named ViaSat Supplier of the Year. They demonstrated an outstanding track record and exceptional performance in meeting and exceeding ViaSat's expectations," said Amy Dobecki, senior director, Supply Chain, ViaSat. "Our supplier partners are key to our success, and we appreciate IEC Electronics’ ongoing support and focus to perform at a superior level."

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