Summit Interconnect Subsidiary KCA Electronics Recognized at Lockheed Martin Small Business Awards Event


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Summit Interconnect, Inc. subsidiary KCA Electronics was recently recognized by Lockheed Martin Corporation at their Small Business Awards Event.  An award for KCA’s outstanding product quality, service and support was presented to Shane Whiteside, President and CEO of Summit Interconnect and Eva Alcantar, Inside Sales Manager for KCA Electronics. 

Taken from the written recognition supplied by Lockheed Martin Procurement, “KCA Electronics is a responsible, accountable and reliable printed wiring board (PWB) supplier for MFC programs at Dallas, Texas and Orlando, Florida.  In GY15, KCA stood out as one of the most quality driven suppliers in the complex commodity of PWBs.”

“This is an important recognition for our team at the Anaheim plant,” said Summit president and CEO Shane Whiteside.  “We appreciate Lockheed Martin for recognizing us and we remain committed to the continued support of the critical programs we participate on.”

About Summit

Summit Interconnect, Inc. is a high technology manufacturer of printed circuit boards (PCBs) with operations in Anaheim and Orange, California. Summit is focused on providing advanced technology interconnect solutions for the commercial and aerospace & defense industries through a wide range of PCB product capabilities including rigid, rigid-flex and RF/microwave PCBs. For more information, click here.

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