Harris Gets Lockheed Supplier Award for F-35, F-22 Pneumatic Suspension, Release Systems

Lockheed MartinHarris Gets Lockheed Supplier Award for F-35, F-22 Pneumatic Suspension, Release Systems - top government contractors - best government contracting event has awarded a supplier award to Harris Corp. in recognition of the latter's efforts to deliver pneumatic suspension and release systems for F-35 and F-22 fighter aircraft.

“This award recognizes suppliers holding a 98 percent on-time delivery rating with a 98 percent quality rating,“ Janet Duffey, vice president of aeronautics supply chain management at Lockheed's Sikorsky business, said in a statement released Wednesday.

Harris has more than three decades' experience as a supplier of pneumatic systems for F-22s and F-35s and those include BRU-67/A, LAU-142/A and BRU-68.

“We are honored to receive this Lockheed Martin supplier award, which recognizes the top two percent of their 1,400 suppliers,“ said Ed Zoiss, president of Harris' electronic systems business.

Zoiss added the award seeks to acknowledge Harris' avionics innovation and employees' contributions to Lockheed's fighter jet programs.

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