NEO Tech Earns Raytheon Four Star Award


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"NEO Tech's Chatsworth facility has been awarded the prestigious Four Star Supplier Excellence Award and a Special Gold Award for Affordability from Raytheon IDS for supplying components on several critical programs," announced NEO Tech President/CEO Sudesh Arora.

This places NEO Techamong the top of the 10,000 Raytheon suppliers. The Four Star requirements for quality and delivery are 97%, and NEO Tech achieved near 100% scores. It is the second year winning the award for above 97% delivery and quality SRS.

At Raytheon's annual awards ceremony on May 27, 2015 in Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass, Jay Klug, NEO Tech Vice President of Contracts and Customer Relations, accepted the award on behalf of the company.

For the past decade, Klug has supported numerous Raytheon programs across all four business units. "We had to continually solve engineering challenges on new and legacy programs such as AESA, Patriot, THAAD, F15 Legacy Radar Systems, Stinger Missile, Standard Missile and B2,"Klug said, "and this award recognizes our success in doing so while meeting contract schedules, and providing affordable, reliable parts."

Previously, NEO Tech received a Three Star Awardfrom Raytheon Missile Systems in 2006 and 2014, and a Four Star award from Raytheon IDS in 2014.

About NEO Tech

NEO Tech combines the strengths of three leading contract manufacturers: NATEL, EPIC, and OnCore. With over 40 years of heritage in electronics manufacturing, NEO Tech focuses on low-medium volume/high-mix, high-complexity products primarily in the medical, defense/aerospace and industrial markets.

NEO Tech is favorably positioned among mid-tier EMS manufacturers to "make amazing things happen." NEO Tech offers full product lifecycle engineering services, manufacturing and testing of microelectronics, cable & harness interconnect products, PCBA, full box build assemblies and aftermarket repair and fulfillment services. The companies that form NEO Tech have been known for solving tough engineering problems that result in high-reliability, high-quality electronics for customers.

Headquartered in Chatsworth, CA, NEO Tech has manufacturing and engineering locations in California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Nevada, Ohio, Tennessee, Mexico, and China. NEO Tech holds and maintains industry specific certifications that include ISO9001, AS9100, ISO13485, ISO/TS16949, ISO14001 and MIL-PRF-38534.

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