Winslow, Ill. - Car Electronics supplier Mitek received the Illinois Governor Export Award for its achievements in international trade.
Mitek was selected as a leading midsized manufacturing company with Illinois ties. Mitek ships to 80 countries, and its
Mitek's Loyd Ivey (center) with Members of the Illinois World Trade Center.
annual sales exceeds $10 million. It manufactures consumer electronics and communication products for mobile, residential and commercial markets under such brands as MTX Audio, Atlas Sound, StreetWires, IED, Soundolier, ETA Systems and Xtant.
Loyd Ivey, president and CEO of Mitek, said, "We have a responsibility as a global citizen to share our knowledge, technology and craftsmanship across the world as well as protect the lands where we do business for the next generations to enjoy. This award recognizes everyday people working together to achieve extraordinary results."
Earlier this month, Ivey also received the Per Haugen Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA).
Mitek is a privately held U.S. company, founded in 1971 with facilities in Phoenix; Winslow, Ill.; Monroe, Wis.; Louisville, Ky.; and Ennis, Texas.