CAI Tapped As Raytheon Anschütz Distributor

(Press Release)
Thursday, August 02, 2012

Conley & Associates, Inc. (CAI) is a major provider of technical services, supply chain management and life cycle support for U.S. Military communications and navigation systems deployed throughout the world, including the Middle-east, Japan, the Mediterranean, Central America and the U.S.  Conley was recently selected to be a U.S. Raytheon Anschütz Distributor.  Raytheon Anschütz GmbH, a division of Raytheon Corporation, is located in Kiel Germany and is a leading manufacturer of integrated naval bridge systems and nautical equipment such as gyro compasses, autopilots, steering control systems, monitoring systems, radar systems, electronic charting equipment and communication systems. This partnership will contribute significantly to Conley’s capability and capacity to more effectively service our customers while reducing overall costs of that service to them.  Raytheon Anschütz’s leadership in these market segments will contribute to Conley’s strategic goal of expanding into the commercial business segment as well.
Conley began in 1983 providing communication and navigation equipment support for commercial watercraft. The company, under the founders and long time owners, Jim “OJ” and Cecelia Conley, grew the business into a major designer, integrator and maintainer of communication and navigation systems on Army Watercraft.  Recently retired, they have transferred ownership to their sons, Jim “JC” Conley, CEO and President, and Bob Conley, V.P. for Administration.  While the company is headquartered in St. Louis, it has operating units in Newport News, Virginia, Warner Robins, Georgia and the Quad Cities area as well as several overseas locations.  The company provides a wide range of product support services, including technical and maintenance services, engineering services, training development and delivery, technical documentation and web-based supply chain management systems.
Email jc@conley-inc.com

 

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