As of Jan. 31, a well-known local Department of Defense contracting company, New Mexico Technology Group LLC, commonly referred to as NewTec, will be officially renamed TRAX International, LLC, in order to unite the local company with the parent company, TRAX International Corporation.
Charles R. Garcia, Vice President of TRAX International Corporation, said other than the new name and logo, nothing else will change within the LLC company structure, but the new identity does exhibit a larger range of support from the parent company with more experience in various types of contract support.
Since 1997, TRAX International, LLC, has been actively involved in the community, donating more than $100,000 to local charities in the past 14 years by supporting local and national programs, such as March of Dimes, Army Emergency Relief fund, United Way, Tri-Service Awards Banquet, Mexican American Engineering Society (MAES), local school science fairs, and the WSMR Historical Foundation. TRAX International, LLC, has also been involved in local universities through co-op and internship programs, as well as an annual donation of $25,000 to both University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and New Mexico State University (NMSU). The donations to both of the universities total more than $250,000.
TRAX International, LLC, will continue to employ more than 500 full-time employees, comprised of technicians, engineers, scientists, programmers, craftsmen, and computer information technology specialists, with a majority of these employees living in the Alamogordo, Las Cruces, and El Paso areas.
Mr. Garcia stated that TRAX International, LLC, will continue to maintain the same level of dedicated support and commitment to the surrounding communities.
The parent company, TRAX International Corporation, was founded in 1979, and is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. TRAX International employs more than 2,200 employees and has annual revenue exceeding $280 million. For more information on TRAX International, visit www.traxintl.com.
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