17 Jul 02. Raytheon Company, among the world’s premier defense electronics and aerospace companies, will reinforce its commitment to customer satisfaction and program excellence during this year’s Farnborough.
“One of Raytheon’s most important goals is to drive growth in our business. To do this, we are enhancing customer success by focusing on program execution,” said Raytheon Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Daniel P. Burnham.
Commenting on the company’s strong position in key growth areas of missile defense, precision strike, and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, Burnham enthused: “I wouldn’t trade our portfolio for anyone’s.”
In addition to its traditional defense and government electronics strengths, Raytheon will also highlight its capabilities in the emerging area of home defense and security. “We are poised to bring our immense capabilities as an integrator of systems and information into this new and increasingly important arena,” said Thomas M. Culligan, chairman and chief executive officer of Raytheon International Inc. “From airports to seaports to rails and government buildings, Raytheon provides a full array of integrated solutions to protect facilities and critical infrastructure,” said Culligan.
At this year’s Farnborough, Raytheon executives and program managers will provide an in-depth look at leading-edge technology and systems from the company’s defense and government electronics businesses. Displays, exhibits and briefings will illustrate the theme “Technologies to protect our world,” highlighting Raytheon’s capabilities to provide superior technology and information-based solutions to combat new and multiple threats, whether from land, air, sea or space, as well as the company’s capabilities on the non-military side, such as in advanced air traffic management.
In addition to Burnham and Culligan, other top Raytheon executives attending the show will include: William H. Swanson, president, Raytheon Company; Louise L. Francesconi, vice president and general manager, Missile Systems; Terry W. Heil, senior vice president, intelligence programs, Command, Control, Communication and Information Systems; Hugo B. Poza, vice president, Raytheon Homeland Security and Edmund B. Woollen, vice president, business development and marketing, Raytheon Homeland Security; Bryan J. Even, president, Raytheon Technical Services Company; Robert McIntyre, managing director of Raytheon Systems Limited; Hansel E. Tookes, president, Raytheon International Inc.; and Phyllis J. Piano, vice president, corporate affairs and communications.
With headquarters in Lexington, Mass., Raytheon Company is a global technology leader in defense, government and commercial electronics, and business and special mission aircraft.