Raytheon NCS confers award on Saft

Cockeysville, Md.-based Saft received the 4 Star Award of Excellence from Raytheon Network Centric Systems for the fourth consecutive year. The battery manufacturer was one of only 24 recipients to receive the award out of the 4,200 suppliers considered for this year's awards. “Saft is honored to once again be included in this elite group of suppliers recognized for the Supplier Excellen...

11/01/2009


 

Cockeysville, Md.-based Saft received the 4 Star Award of Excellence from Raytheon Network Centric Systems for the fourth consecutive year. The battery manufacturer was one of only 24 recipients to receive the award out of the 4,200 suppliers considered for this year's awards.

 

“Saft is honored to once again be included in this elite group of suppliers recognized for the Supplier Excellence Award,” said Jim Miller, general manager of Saft's Space & Defense Division, who accepted the award on behalf of Saft on Sept. 29 in Dallas.

 

Raytheon NCS instituted the annual Supplier Excellence Award program in 2006 to recognize suppliers who have provided outstanding service. Award candidates undergo a rigorous assessment process and are judged on certain criteria, including overall quality and on-time delivery, as well as price and management responsiveness. Saft has been recognized as an award-winning supplier each year since the program began, receiving 4 Star recognition in 2008 and 2007, and the 3 Star Award in 2006. The highest level of recognition is a 5 Star Award of Excellence.

 



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