NEOTech Partners with Numerica Corporation for the Air Defense Market


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NEOTech, a leading provider of manufacturing technology and supply chain solutions for brand name OEMs in the industrial, medical and mil/aero markets, is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Numerica Corporation, a company that continues building on two decades of experience developing and deploying sophisticated algorithms and software for some of the nation’s most critical Air and Missile Defense programs.

With design engineering and many manufacturing sites holding AS9100:2016 certification and ITAR registered, NEOTech makes the ideal strategic partner for Numerica to expand its solution offerings with new hardware products set to unveil later this year.

“The entire NEOTech team is pleased to be working with Numerica on this collaborative partnership to take their innovative ideas through our end-to-end design and manufacturing services,” stated Curt Anderson, NEOTech's VP of Business Development. "We are confident in our ability to provide first-class service and support to Numerica. Our in-depth experience with high-tech products and stringent U.S. government requirements positions NEOTech as a proven and low-risk partner to ensure Numerica delivers high-quality and high-reliability products.”

Numerica Corporation deploys best-in-class technology to solve some of the nation’s greatest defense challenges. With NEOTech’s ability to provide design and manufacturing for defense and aerospace product companies through a nation-wide network of certified sites, the partnership is key to maturing Numerica’s ability to scale up and deliver hardware and sensor systems with high volume and reliability.

“Partnering with NEOTech has given us access to world class engineering talent and electronics manufacturing capabilities allowing our team to realize new product designs with confidence,” Nate Knight, Vice President of Air and Missile Defense at Numerica, said.

With over 40 years of heritage in electronics manufacturing, NEOTech specializes in high-reliability programs in the Aerospace and Defense industry, Medical Products, and High-Tech Industrial markets. NEOTech has a highly talented engineering group and multiple manufacturing locations throughout the United States, and is well recognized for its excellent customer service and high-level industry specific certifications.

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