Crestwood Technology Group Receives Boeing Performance Excellence Award

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Crestwood Technology Group specializes in finding, procuring and stocking parts for military, defense and aerospace companies needed to maintain their fleets.

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CTG is truly honored to be recognized for the second straight year by Boeing. It clearly demonstrates our commitment to their programs and CTG’s mandate to provide all our clients unparalleled quality assurance and customer service.

Crestwood Technology Group (CTG) today announced that it has received a 2009 Boeing Performance Excellence Award. The Boeing Company issues the award annually to recognize suppliers who have achieved superior performance. CTG maintained a Silver composite performance rating for each month of the 12-month performance period, from Oct. 1, 2008, to Sept. 30, 2009.

This year, Boeing recognized 486 suppliers who achieved either a Gold or Silver level Boeing Performance Excellence Award. CTG is among 358 suppliers to receive the Silver level of recognition.

“CTG is truly honored to be recognized by Boeing. We are thrilled that this is the second straight year we have received the Boeing Performance Excellence Award," said Denise Gilchrist, CTG's President and Founder. “It clearly demonstrates our commitment to their programs and CTG’s mandate to provide all our clients unparalleled quality assurance and customer service.”

CTG is a recognized industry leader in counterfeit avoidance and quality control. CTG is the first distributor of its kind with quality certifications in ISO 9001:2000, AS 9120:2002 (Aerospace), ISO14001:2004 and ANSI/ESD-S.20-20-1999, as well as IDEA Professional Inspector Certification. More recently, CTG was added to the G-19 working group for the development of SAE AS6081. CTG’s Authent-Assure® counterfeit avoidance program and quality controls continue to be identified by leading aerospace and defense contractors as cutting edge. CTG's Authent-Assure® program makes certain that its clients are acquiring only genuine parts and equipment.

CTG supplies electronic components, electromechanical parts, cable assemblies, capacitors, connectors, diodes, fasteners, hardware, integrated circuits, relays, resistors, semiconductors, transistors, screws, helical coil inserts, rails, rail assemblies, splice block modules, contact sockets, actuators, cable adapters and diode rectifiers to Boeing for a wide range of aircraft programs including PODS (Passive Obstacle Detection Systems), Harpoon, JDAM, SLAM-ER, Heritage, B-52, B-2 Bomber, F18, F-15, A-160, KC-10, KC-135, C32A, R&D division of Flight Test and BGRC (Boeing Guidance Repair) BGRC is recognized within The Boeing Company as a Strategic Center for defense electronics, guidance, and navigation repair. BGRC repairs, tests, and calibrates nearly every type of guidance/navigation system including: inertial navigation units for aircraft such as the F-15, F-16, F-117, B-1B, B-2, B-52, C-17, C-130, and C-141, as well as the Minuteman III and Peacekeeper Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles. BGRC also services advanced cruise missile sensors and maintains the Dual Miniature Inertial Navigation System (DMINS) for the Navy's aircraft carriers.

CTG specializes in finding, procuring and stocking all the parts that military, defense and aerospace companies need to maintain their fleets. To instantly locate obsolete, hard-to-find or heavily allocated parts, visit and search through our Inventory Locator feature; learn costs through our Rapid Quote System.

About Crestwood Technology Group

CTG is a Woman Owned - Small Business, cage code is 1S5X8, and is an approved and qualified supplier to the U.S. Government, Armed Forces and key aerospace and defense contractors. CTG has been recognized three times in the HOT 100 Fastest Growing Businesses in America. For more information, please visit

And for more information about the Boeing Performance Excellence Award, visit

Denise Gilchrist
Crestwood Technology Group
200 Corporate Blvd. South , Suite 110
Yonkers, NY 10701
914-459-1217 private fax


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