Crestwood Technology Group Recognized By Lockheed Martin as a Small
Business of the Year
Crestwood Technology Group took top honors in Simulation, Training & Support.
Yonkers, NY (PRWEB) May 26, 2010 -- Crestwood Technology Group Corp. has been recognized by Lockheed
Martin (NYSE: LMT) as an outstanding small business provider. On April 28, 2010, Crestwood Technology
Group Corp. took Lockheed Martin honors as Simulation, Training & Support 2009 Small Business of the Year.
Each year, Lockheed Martin business units in Orlando, FL and Dallas, TX, nominate and select small businesses
that have consistently provided outstanding support and products during the past year. Though the Corporation
has thousands of suppliers, only a few of the small businesses are recognized for their outstanding quality in
goods and service.
At an awards banquet in Orlando, executives from the Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control and
Simulation, Training & Support business units presented awards to 12 companies.
“Small business partners bring a unique skill set to our products and services,” said Dale P. Bennett, president of
Lockheed Martin Simulation, Training & Support. “We have developed a long and valuable relationship with
them and are happy to recognize the significant role they play in the success of our corporation.”
“Our small business partners are vital to our mission success,” said James F. Berry, president of Lockheed Martin
Missiles and Fire Control. “Lockheed Martin relies heavily on materials, services, solutions, resources and
components through our small businesses to provide our customers with world-class products.”
About Crestwood Technology Group
CTG is a Woman Owned - Small Business, cage code is 1S5X8, and is an approved and qualified supplier to the
U.S. Government, Armed Forces and key aerospace and defense contractors. CTG specializes in finding,
procuring and stocking all the parts that military, defense and aerospace companies need to maintain their fleets.
CTG is a recognize