Analog Devices Recognizes 13 Strategic Suppliers for Excellence in Quality, Reliability and Support
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, honored 10 companies with the 12th Annual Supplier Excellence Awards during a ceremony held in Hong Kong recently. An additional three suppliers will receive their ADI Supplier Excellence Award locally. The 13 suppliers were selected from among the more than 2,000 companies that contribute to ADI’s global semiconductor manufacturing operations.
“The 2012 ADI Supplier Excellence Award acknowledges 13 companies for outstanding adherence to rigorous manufacturing standards, supply continuity and service. Our strategic suppliers are vital to ADI’s mission to deliver high-performance signal processing products. We congratulate the 2012 Supplier Excellence Awards winners for their innovation and responsiveness.” said Vince Simonelli, director of global purchasing, Analog Devices.
The ADI Supplier Excellence Awards distinguish those companies that meet the rigorous standards of the ADI supplier program. The winners must demonstrate an exceptional commitment to manufacturing excellence and leadership, and the on-time delivery of goods and services. Those suppliers cited by Analog Devices must also maintain high quality and reliability standards, deliver cost reduction initiatives and display a proven dedication to technology advancement and continuous improvement.
The winners for 2012 by category are:
MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc.
Korea Shinko Microelectronics Co. Ltd.
Air Liquide Electronics US L.P.
Maintenance / Service Support
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd. (TSMC)
Expertech Semiconductor Technology, Inc.
Telford SVC. Phils., Inc.
Plum Five Co., Ltd.
Ebara Technologies, Inc.
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