Teledyne Semiconductor Business Honored for Raytheon Supplier Efforts

Teledyne Semiconductor Business Honored for Raytheon Supplier Efforts - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Raytheon has recognized a Teledyne business division for the latter's efforts to deliver supplies that meet the former's needs.

Teledyne said Wednesday its e2v HiRel business received Raytheon's 3-Star award for Supplier Excellence that honors the timeliness and quality of supply deliveries.

The award is part of Raytheon's Supplier Excellence Awards program that annually honors requirement-exceeding suppliers.

Teledyne e2v HiRel provides semiconductor technology supplies to customers in aerospace, defense, medical and other markets.

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