Raytheon reaches out

  • 10-Jul-2008 04:14 EDT

Raytheon Co. and Sonju Industrial Inc. signed a three-year U.S. Department of Defense-sponsored mentor-protege agreement to work together on several Raytheon programs. Raytheon Missile Systems will mentor Sonju in the areas of lean manufacturing, information technology, human resources, and quality systems. Located in Kalispell, MT, Sonju Industrial provides high-speed precision machining, process coating, and assembly services. Under the agreement, Raytheon and Sonju will focus work on the Standard Missile-3, the Joint Standoff Weapon, and the Non-Line-of-Sight Launch System.

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