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Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research Receives Boeing Performance Excellence Award

28 July 2015

Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, (WMT&R) has received a Boeing Performance Excellence Award.

The Boeing Company issues the award annually to recognise suppliers who have achieved superior performance. WMT&R says they have maintained the necessary performance rating for each month of the 12-month performance period and that they are one of only 548 suppliers to receive the recognition.

“We are honoured to receive this award from Boeing,” stated WMT&R Vice President, Michael Rossi. “It represents our commitment to building and maintaining close relationships with our customers so that we can provide them with the highest quality service.” WMT&R provides Boeing, and other aerospace manufacturers, with a wide variety of materials testing services.






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