TCS to Showcase Engineering, Supply Chain Portfolio at Space Expo

TeleCommunication systems logo_GovConWireTeleCommunication Systems Inc.'s space and component technology division will present its engineering and supply chain management offerings at this year’s Space Tech Expo, scheduled for May 21 through May 23 in Long Beach, Calif.

TCS has developed new components, consolidated supply chain services and engineering support services intended to help customers to fulfill customers' needs, lower costs and assist in every phase of the process, the company said Friday.

Company representatives will set up a booth at Hall A of the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center to exhibit the new offerings.

The Annapolis, Md.-based company intends to provide clients electrical, electronic and electromechanical parts with engineering support from designing to completing a project.

TCS also aims for its integrated component supply chain management to help customers manage their resources and schedule.

The company provides parts and components for more than 150 spacecraft projects in Europe, Asia and the Americas and supplies ruggedized drives for military, aerospace and commercial clients.

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