Wabash National Corporation has recognized 20 suppliers with awards for exceptional performance.
Wabash National Corporation (NYSE: WNC) has recognized 20 suppliers with awards for exceptional performance to help the organization meet customer needs.
Wabash National presented its most esteemed award, the 2013 Supply Chain Leadership and Performance Pinnacle Supplier Award, to Truck-Lite Company LLC.Truck-Lite was selected based on its excellent service and performance in reducing costs and providing proactive solutions for Wabash National customers.
Three Distinguished Supplier Awards were presented to suppliers for support of key initiatives, customer value and relationship. Recipients of distinguished awards included Whiting Overhead Door Corporation, Bridgestone Corporation and 3D Machine, Inc.
Sixteen Platinum Awards were given for excellence in supply chain performance delivery, quality, cost and innovation. Recipients of these awards were All State Fastener Corporation, Conney Safety Products, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, Dayton Freight Lines, Inc., The Dow Chemical Company, GC3 Logistics, Hardebeck Trucking, Henry Poor Lumber Company, Hynes Industries, Kauffman Engineering, Inc., Lafayette Steel & Aluminum, Maxion Wheels, Office Depot, SAF-HOLLAND, Steel of West Virginia, Inc. and Wiley Metal Fabricating, Inc.
“We value the relationships with our suppliers because they help Wabash National deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions for our customers,” said Dick Giromini, Wabash National Corporation president and chief executive officer. “This select group of suppliers has demonstrated the kind of commitment to excellence that allows Wabash National to enhance customer satisfaction with evolving product and technology innovations.”
“Partnerships are critical to our success as a diversified industrial manufacturer,” said Wabash National Vice President of Global Strategic Sourcing Steve Miller. “These select suppliers bring unique ideas and a sense of urgency that continues to raise the bar and redefine the reciprocal value of partnership.”