Rockwell Collins Presents Measurement Specialties, Inc. with 2014 Relationships Brand Pillar Award

Hampton, VA – Measurement Specialties (NASDAQ: MEAS), an expert in sensor design and manufacturing, was presented with the prestigious 2014 Relationships Brand Pillar Award during Rockwell Collins’ Annual Supplier Conference. The company was honored for its commitment to working together to advance smart electronics solutions for our rapidly changing world.

The Brand Pillar awards are an acknowledgement of suppliers that have demonstrated performance and business contributions during the year that align with Rockwell Collins’ three brand pillars, which include heritage, relationships and innovation.

Sean Gough, General Manager, Vibration/Force for Measurement Specialties, commented, “From initial discussions, assistance on design issues, all the way up to procurement strategies, we approach every project with the same high level of commitment. Being able to work at a strategic level with Rockwell Collins allows us to develop the best systems for each customer’s unique needs.”

As a leading developer of advanced sensor technologies, Measurement Specialties provides Rockwell Collins with components that enable leading edge performance in actuation and pilot controls for electro-mechanical systems.

Providing these competitive, advanced solutions requires a strong collaboration between supplier and developer. Measurement Specialties’ adaptability and agility enable the company to meet the quality excellence levels that Rockwell Collins requires.

For more details, contact Bob Arkell, NA Marketing Manager; [email protected] or 760-466-7614 and visit http://www.meas-spec.com 

To find out more about Rockwell Collins, visit http://www.rockwellcollins.com

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