Swaffham-based firm takes top award for seventh consecutive year

STG Aerospace ANL-160404-171701001
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Swaffham’s STG Aerospace is celebrating its seventh consecutive year of achieving a leading excellence award.

The aircraft cabin interior lighting specialist has been awarded the Boeing Performance Excellence Award which recognises suppliers who have attained superior performance standards in cost, quality and delivery.

This year Boeing recognised 530 suppliers. A recipient of the award every year since 2010, at either gold or silver level, STG Aerospace is proud to be one of Boeing’s top performing worldwide partners.

Marcus Williams, global sales and marketing director at STG  Aerospace, said: “We’re extremely proud that Boeing has again recognised STG Aerospace with this award for 2015. Being recognised by Boeing for our operational strength is a testament to our high performance standards and unwavering commitment to exceed our customers’ expectations.”

STG Aerospace has been a leading supplier to Boeing since 2000, providing its market-leading saf-Tglo photoluminescent floor path marking system to the Boeing 737 production line. saf-Tglo requires no power source and is a low cost, low weight solution for lighting on aircraft.

In the last two weeks STG has also announced that it has expanded its product range with new ancillary lighting on offer from its liTeMood designs. It has been successfully installed and is currently in service on Air Europa Boeing 737-800s and has a backlog of customer orders for delivery through April.

STG has designed the ancilliary range to deliver a superior consistency of lighting throughout the cabin while enhancing the passenger experience during the boarding, in-flight and disembarking process. it also improves the working environment in the galleys and aisles for flight crew.

And another airline has just taken on board STG’s liTeMood system. Eastern Air Lines, based alongside STG at Miami International Airport, has installed the lighting system on its 737NG aircraft to create the aesthetic ambience the aircraft operators require.