Winch Instrument Display Provider Wins Award

Press Release
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Winching operation: Photo credit MTNW

Measurement Technology NW (MTNW) wins US Small Business Administration Excellence Award.

The 'Excellence' award was given for supporting Lockheed Martin’s aerostat program with the US Defense Department.  This award recognizes small businesses that have excelled in their performance in support of large prime contractors.
 

“MTNW was nominated by Lockheed Martin because we were able to provide industry leading technology at a lower cost and in half the time of previous winch instrumentation and display providers,” said Tom Rezanka, Vice President MTNW. 

Rezanka continued, “We are pleased to have our technology and customer service honored by the government and one of the largest companies in the world.  We look forward to continuing to support their efforts to equip our front line troops and ships with aerostats.”

Measurement Technology NW, a Seattle, Wash. based company, provides a wide range of precision winch monitoring and control products, including the LCI-90i and LCI-80 (winch displays), WinchDAC (winch monitoring software), PLC Winch Controls, running line tensiometers or cable line riders, and much more. 


 

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