Detroit Diesel Recognizes Top Suppliers of 2000

Monday, April 23, 2001
Detroit Diesel Corporation (DDC) announced its top suppliers for the year 2000 as measured by its supply chain management program, Continuous Customer Value Improvement (CCVI). DDC evaluates major suppliers quarterly regarding quality, delivery, cost and technical support, with the goal of waste elimination.

The three providers named DDC 2000 CCVI Supplier of the Year were Motorola’s Automotive and Industrial Electronic Group (AIEG), Ferry Cap & Set Screw Company and Vibratech.

AIEG’s manufacturing facility in Seguin, Texas supplies DDC with electronic control modules for its heavy-duty electronically controlled engines. The Ferry Cap & Set Screw Company of Cleveland, Ohio provides DDC with a variety of specialized, engineered fasteners, while Vibratech of Alden, N.Y. is DDC’s source for torsional vibration dampers.

Award presentations are being scheduled at each supplier’s manufacturing facility in recognition of outstanding performance. Key executives from DDC will attend.

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