DuPont Microcircuit Materials was recently notified that its Manati, Puerto Rico production facility was awarded the General Motors (GM) Supplier Quality Excellence Award for 2012. The Manati site was recognized for meeting or exceeding a stringent set of quality performance criteria and providing cross-functional support to the entire GM organization.
“We are honored to receive this award from GM and look forward to more in the future,” said Darren Haar, global business director, DuPont Microcircuit Materials. “Our team in Manati has done exceptional work maintaining the superior quality standards our customers have come to expect from DuPont and they deserve our thanks and congratulations on a job well done. We look forward to continuing our close collaboration with GM and all our customers to help ensure their success in the future.”
To celebrate outstanding supplier performance, each year going forward, GM intends to recognize those suppliers who have demonstrated the highest levels of quality performance over the previous 12 months.
“Overall, GM is striving to move from good to great as a company and achieving that goal depends largely on the quality of our products,” said Tom McMillen, executive director, Supplier Quality & Program Management - General Motors Company. “Product quality plays a major role in all of this and we view it as the foundation for the overall customer experience. We have made a lot of progress in recent years improving product quality and GM quality is now considered to be among the best in the industry. Our continued progress is directly related to MCM’s progress and a shared commitment to quality.”
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