Invotec builds on its award-winning record with two new awards from Aero Engine Controls, part of the Rolls-Royce Group

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Invotec Group, Europe's leading manufacturer of time critical, high technology PCBs, has been awarded two major awards at this year's Aero Engine Controls (AEC) Supplier Conference. In addition to the Engineered Products Division Award 2012, Invotec also won the overall Supplier of the Year Award. Both awards were received on behalf of Invotec by the company's Managing Director, Tim Tatton.

AEC, part of the Rolls-Royce group, is one of Invotec's largest customers and the awards reflect the achievement of Invotec's Tamworth facility in recording a 100% delivery performance whilst meeting stringent quality targets over the course of 2012. In addition to the performance statistics however, Invotec was also praised by AEC for its agile approach to delivery and prioritisation, its structured approach to change control, its team-working on resolving customer issues, and the openness of its management systems.

Tim Tatton commented:

"We are delighted to have received these important awards from such a significant customer - through AEC, our products are flying in engines across the entire global aviation industry. Following on from our success in recently winning the SC21 Bronze Award and the MBDA Bronze Award, we now have a clear message for all of our customers. Invotec is an organisation committed to the continuous improvement necessary to meet the most exacting of customer requirements."

Annette Rothwell, AEC's Vice President Supply Chain, commented:

"Invotec is a worthy winner of these awards. They have been active participants in our Profit Through Partnership programme and demonstrated an exemplary performance throughout 2012 in terms of delivery, quality and support."

About Aero Engine Controls (AEC)

- AEC design, manufacture, supply and support engine control equipment systems for a vast spectrum of requirements, from small airframe auxiliary power units and helicopter engines to front-line military aircraft and the latest generation of business and large passenger jets.
- AEC have introduced their new generation of control systems on the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 which powers the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the BR725 engine supplied onto the new Gulfstream G650. We are also providing this generation of engine control system on the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB for the Airbus A350.
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