Great Lakes Engineering Receives Supplier Recognition Award from Veeco

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Great Lakes Engineering announced today that it is the latest recipient of the 2015 Supplier Recognition Award from Veeco Instruments Inc., a process equipment company.

Veeco wanted to acknowledge the hard work and customer service provided by Great Lakes Engineering with a commemorative plaque. Veeco has been a customer of Great Lakes Engineering since 2003.

"We are always pleased when a customer feels we are doing what we set out to do — provide a high level of service and a high-quality product," commented Bruce Weaver, Owner at Great Lakes Engineering. "We have worked with Veeco for more than 12 years and look forward to what the future has in store."

About Great Lakes Engineering

Founded by John M. Carr in 1986, Great Lakes Engineering capitalized on the market demand for photo chemically machined parts and incorporated state-of-the-art laser stencil technology. The company is a manufacturer of surface mount stencils, precision laser cut parts and photo chemical machined parts for the defense, medical, electronics, aviation, energy, telecommunications, and computer industries. Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. is ISO 9001:2008 certified and ITAR registered company and distributes for Henkel Electronics.



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