Manufacturing Techniques Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Manufacturing Techniques's estimated revenue is currently $33.7M per year.
- Manufacturing Techniques's estimated revenue per employee is $137388
- Manufacturing Techniques has 245 Employees.
- Manufacturing Techniques grew their employee count by 23% last year.
- Manufacturing Techniques currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Manufacturing Techniques?
MTEQ, Inc., is an industry-leading, woman-owned small business founded in 1992. We specialize in concept sensor and system design, prototype fabrication, production, integration, and testingall in-house. We also provide our Government customers with on-site, program management, engineering, data analysis, and field collection services. Our success is largely due to our ability to recruit, train, and retain a high-caliber professional staff, which enhances our ability to provide outstanding quality services to our customers. Our proven management structure combines the attributes of a nimble, responsive, and low-cost small business with the sophisticated management processes usually associated with larger corporations. This structure creates a cohesive and agile team that continuously produces state-of-the-art technical solutions. MTEQ has the necessary experience and resources to execute rapid response requests and provide our customers with an experienced team that possesses expert analytical, engineering, and design skills. Divisions: MTEQ Headquarters | Technical Services Division - Lorton, VA MTEQ | Manufacturing Services - Kilmarnock, VAkeywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|ITC Defense Cor...||$5.8M||43||8%|
|Air Force Offic...||$22.8M||80||5%|
|Global Systems ...||N/A||42||68%|
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