IQE Wins Raytheon Award
EPIC Award recognises excellence in performance, innovation Â and collaboration.
Semiconductor wafer firm IQE has announced that itsÂ US operations have been selected as a 2017 Raytheon Supplier Excellence Program EPIC Award winner.
As part of the Raytheon Supplier Excellence Program, suppliers are awarded for their outstanding performance, contributions, and support to programs across one or moreÂ Raytheon businesses.
IQE has been selected to receive an EPIC Award for its overall Excellence in Performance, Innovation & Collaboration.
Commenting on the award, M. David Wilkins, VP for Contracts & Supply Chain at Raytheon Company commented:Â "Your commitment to excellence is greatly appreciated. It enables our joint success and solidifies a platform for "˜Building our Future Together' in support of our mutual customer, the US Warfighter.Â Congratulations on your achievement."
Wayne Johnson, VP of IQE's Power Business Unit,Â said:Â "It is a greatÂ honourÂ to receive the 2017 Raytheon Supplier EPIC Award which recognises the integrity, quality and expertise that IQE offersÂ its customers. The award is greatly appreciated as recognition of the innovative andÂ talented IQE team."
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