Curtiss-Wright Recognized for Supplier Partnerships With BAE Systems

BAE Systems has recognized Curtiss-Wright's defense solutions business for its performance as a subcontractor for supply chain services.

Curtiss-Wright said Tuesday it received the Supplier of the Year Award under BAE's Partner 2 Win program during a ceremony in Manchester, N.H.

Lynn Bamford, senior vice president and general manager at Curtiss-Wright’s defense solutions unit, said the award builds on the firm's commitment to provide BAE Systems with signal processing modules on schedule.

The Partner 2 Win program is intended to raise supply chain peformance standards with respect to customer demand.

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