Toray secures Northrop Grumman supplier excellence award

Northrop Grumman has recognised Toray Advanced Composites during the company’s Supplier Excellence Awards.

“Toray has helped to advance national security solutions and achieve mission success,” said Matt Bromberg, corporate vice-president, Global Operations Northrop Grumman. “Northrop Grumman’s supplier partners connect and protect the warfighter, defining what is possible in the battlespace because of our shared commitment to the highest industry standards across the defence industrial base.”

Recognised for Quality Excellence, Toray was instrumental in aiding Northrop Grumman with manufacturing and distribution goals as the industry works to support Department of Defence customers and other commercial entities.

“We take immense pride in serving the nation as a leading material supplier in the US and delivering excellence at every turn," said Jered Wagner, vice-president of Aerospace Sales for Toray Advanced Composites. “We are deeply committed to providing the highest quality carbon fibre, thermoset, and thermoplastic composite materials, ensuring every component meets stringent standards for mission-critical success. We look forward to continuing our support with Northrop Grumman and advancing national security solutions."

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