TESSCO Technologies Incorporated (Nasdaq:TESS), a value-added provider of the product and supply chain solutions needed to design, build, run, maintain and use wireless systems, has been named to Forbes’ elite list of America’s Best Small Companies for the third consecutive year.
While 71 companies from the 2008 list went unmentioned in this year’s prestigious list, Forbes again recognized TESSCO for its consistent pattern of earnings and sales growth, as well as return on equity. Ranked higher than last year, TESSCO again demonstrated its proven ability to meet a series of other rigorous financial benchmarks, including positive sales and net profit growth over the last 12-month and five-year periods.
Chairman, President and CEO Robert B. Barnhill commented, “It is an honor for TESSCO to be included on the Forbes’ Best Small Companies in America listing for the third consecutive year. We believe this recognition demonstrates our enduring commitment to the continuous growth of shareowner value.”
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TESSCO Technologies Incorporated (Nasdaq:TESS) is a value-added provider of the product solutions needed to design, build, run, maintain and use wireless systems. TESSCO is committed to delivering, fast and complete, the product needs of wireless system operators, program managers, contractors, resellers, and self- maintained utility, transportation, enterprise and government organizations. As Your Total Source ® provider of mobile and fixed-wireless network infrastructure products, mobile devices and accessories, and installation, test and maintenance equipment and supplies, TESSCO assures customers of on- time availability, while streamlining their supply chain process and lowering inventories and total costs. To learn more, please visit TESSCO.com .
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