Nordson ASYMTEK has been recognized as one of 16 suppliers to receive Intel Corp.’s Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award for its performance in 2009.
Nordson ASYMTEK, Carlsbad,
CA, has been recognized as one of
16 suppliers to receive Intel Corp.’s Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award
for its performance in 2009. Nordson ASYMTEK was acknowledged for its
significant contributions, providing Intel with dispense equipment deemed
essential to its success.
“Nordson ASYMTEK is honored to have received this prestigious
award. It reinforces our commitment
to quality, continuous improvement and customer satisfaction,” said John P. Byers, president of
Nordson ASYMTEK. “We will continue to work to meet our customers’ expectations
by providing high-value products and the best service worldwide.”
“In the last year, Nordson ASYMTEK displayed outstanding
customer orientation,” said Ron Rinfret, Assembly Capital Equipment Development
director for Intel. “Nordson ASYMTEK provided exceptional support of
value-added projects and initiatives beneficial to both companies. Intel
appreciates Asymtek’s commitment, and we look forward to a successful 2010.”
The PQS award is part of Intel’s Supplier Continuous Quality
Improvement (SCQI) program that encourages suppliers to strive for excellence
and continuous improvement. To qualify for PQS status, suppliers must score 80%
on a report card that assesses performance and ability to meet cost, quality,
availability, delivery, technology, and customer satisfaction goals. Suppliers
must also achieve 80% or higher on a challenging improvement plan and
demonstrate solid quality and business systems. Furthermore, the 2009 awardees
demonstrated compliance to the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition Code
of Conduct and Intel’s Environmental Social Governance Program.
Celebrations to honor the PQS award winners will be held in
conjunction with Intel’s Supplier Day events in Tokyo,
Japan, and Anaheim, CA,
during the month of March. In addition, an announcement will run in the March
edition and April 1 European and Asian editions ofThe Wall Street
Journal, with acknowledgement on Intel’s corporate Web site,www.intel.com.
For more information, visitwww.nordsonasymtek.com.
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