Two Snohomish County companies were among 14 companies and a university to receive Boeing Supplier of the Year awards for 2014.
Boeing credited the 15 suppliers with helping the aerospace giant bring in a record $90.8 billion in revenue last year.
“Strong partnerships with our suppliers can make a difference between winning and losing customers and competitions, or determining the success of a development program,” Boeing Vice Chairman, President and Chief Operating Officer Dennis Muilenburg said in a news release.
In 2014, Boeing spent $62 billion with more than 13,000 suppliers from 47 countries, according to the company. Supplier-provided components and assemblies make up more than 60 percent of the cost of Boeing products.