From semiconductor fabrication and complex mechanical assembly to space and power systems, digitalisation has been fundamental to the growth of Raytheon UK’s presence in Scotland since it started operations 60 years ago. Last month, it opened its doors at its Livingston facility – the second in Scotland, furthering its enduring ties in the nation.
The annual Atlantic Future Forum brings together senior decision-makers and industry leaders across defence, technology, cyber, space and security to shape trade relationships between the U.K. and the U.S. Leaders from the U.K. and U.S. military, technology and industry came together to discuss the future of the Transatlantic Alliance and the next generation of defence.
Raytheon UK will celebrate This is Engineering Day 2020 on November 4. This year's "Be The Difference" awareness campaign focuses attention on all the ways that engineering shapes the world for the better as we continue to transform the image of engineering. The aim is to show more young people, from all backgrounds, what a difference they can make if they choose an engineering career like Raytheon UK lead engineer Stacey (pictured).
Jeff Lewis, Raytheon UK chief executive and managing director, writes: "Raytheon UK will be on hand to partner with government and underpin this great transatlantic alliance – continuing our investment in skills and training, alongside people and technology, to ensure that everyone can share in a secure and productive future."
Raytheon UK has dedicated customer services teams that provide support across the company’s four business areas. Teams include programme managers, commercial managers, technical engineers, supply chain specialists, quality assurance managers, training SMEs and export/import specialists