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Micross Components Recognized for Excellence by Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems
Date:10/19/2011

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Micross Components, a leading global provider of distributed and specialty electronic solutions, was recently recognized by Raytheon Company for its exceptional performance in support of the company's Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) business during 2011 at Raytheon's annual Supplier Excellence Awards Dinner held in Los Angeles, California.

A total of 39 companies, less than one percent of SAS' current supply base, received awards at the dinner. They were chosen for meeting demanding standards in the areas of quality and delivery performance, customer satisfaction, and total business and financial health. Evaluations of their performance by the Raytheon buyers and material program managers who deal with them every day were also part of the selection process.  Supplier excellence awards were presented at the 3- and 4-Star level, with Micross being one of six companies honored with a 4-Star award.

Micross' Orlando facility was the company's official award recipient. "This level of recognition represents a significant achievement for our entire Orlando team," says General Manager Tony Hamby, who accepted the award on behalf of Micross. "As we continually strive to improve our performance, it's an honor, as well as an encouragement, to be recognized for our service to Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems and the end customer they support, the men and women who serve and protect us around the world."

About Micross Components: Micross Components is a global provider of distributed and specialty electronic solutions for defense, space, medical, and demanding industrial applications. Operating as a single source of supply for high-reliability and state-of-the-art electronics, Micross' offerings range from bare die and wafer processing to advanced and custom packaging to component modifications and related interconnect offerings. With a 30+ year heritage, Micross possesses the design, manufactur
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