Yonkers, NY (PRWEB) October 12, 2011
Crestwood Technology Group (CTG) today announced that it has been certified as an authorized distributor for Llamas Plastics. CTG, a supplier key to aerospace and defense contractors and the US Military, is authorized to distribute all products manufactured by Llamas Plastics.
CTG is honored to team with Llamas Plastics to deliver world-class transparencies and composites. With our strong focus on military and commercial aviation, our clients stand to benefit a great deal from this strategic alliance, says Denise Gilchrist, CTG’s president and founder.
Llamas Plastics, Inc. is very pleased with our alliance with CTG. As a major distributor of component parts, we look forward to improved service, better delivery and distribution of our parts, says Cindy Smith, vice president of sales and marketing for Llamas Plastics.
About Llamas Plastics
Headquartered in Sylmar, California, Llamas Plastics encompasses 48,000 square feet and employs 80 people. Llamas Plastics was started 30 years ago by Oswaldo Llamas, an aerospace engineer who has been involved in transparency design and development since 1961.
Llamas Plastics manufactures canopies, windshields, window panels, cabin windows, and wing tip lenses for military and commercial aircraft including the Lockheed U-2, Boeing Apache Helicopter, Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King, Astra SPX, Northrop F-5/T-38, Boeing F/A-18, Boeing F-15, KC-10 and many others. Llamas Plastics awards and recognition include: Boeing Preferred Supplier, Lockheed Martin Supplier of the Year and 330th Fighter Sustainment Group Award of Excellence.
Llamas Plastics is 1 of 7 companies in the world certified to stretch, polish and grind acrylic sheet to meet MIL-PRF-25690B and is QPL Certified. Llamas Plastics clients include Boeing, Northrop, Lockheed, Sikorsky, US Air Force, US Navy, US Army, Erikson Air Crane, PPG Industries, Bell Helicopters, Teledyne, Triumph Group, Hawker Beechcraft, NASA, Government of Israel Ministry of Defense, Canadian Air Force, Spanish Air Force, Australian Air Force, NATO, XAC Aircraft, Chengdu Aircraft, Ruag Aerospace, Casa, Greek Air Force, and De Havilland. For more information, please visit http://www.llamasplastics.com
About Crestwood Technology Group (CTG)
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 has been certified to the Aviation Suppliers Associations Quality System Standard ASA 100 and the FAA Advisory Circular 00-56A. CTG has been recognized as a Lockheed Martin Small Business Supplier of the Year April 2010 and is one of only 25 distributors globally to be named to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Qualified Suppliers List of Distributors (QSLD) for FSC 5961 and 5962. CTG has received the Boeing Silver Performance Excellence Award for 2008, 2009, 2010. CTG has an in-house test and inspection lab with state-of-the art counterfeit detection equipment and specializes in expedited delivery for line down, AOG and mission critical needs, including 100% risk mitigation that ensures counterfeit avoidance and quality assurance. CTG continues to be the distributor that buyers trust when procurement is critical.
CTG stocks obsolete and hard-to-find parts that are essential in maintaining operational readiness for military, defense and aerospace operations. CTG is the first distributor of its kind with QMI quality certifications in ISO 9001, AS 9120 (Aerospace), ISO14001and ANSI/ESD-S.20-20, as well as IDEA Professional Inspectors Certifications, it is a recognized pioneer and industry leader in counterfeit avoidance and quality assurance. CTG continues to contribute to the G-19 working group for the development of SAE AS6081, the new government standard for counterfeit electronics parts avoidance protocol in Franchise and Independent distribution. CTG’s Authent-Assure