DENSO receives Masters of Quality Supplier Award from Daimler Trucks
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DENSO International America (DIAM), one of the world’s largest automotive technology, systems and components suppliers, earned a 2016 Masters of Quality Supplier Award from Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA).
Each year, DTNA recognizes outstanding suppliers which demonstrate an ongoing commitment to continuously improving product quality, support for DTNA and overall business performance. It is the highest distinction DTNA gives to its suppliers.
“This is a testament to each member of our team’s commitment to delivering great service and highly-innovative products every day,” said Christian Dudley. “We look forward to continuing our work helping Daimler Trucks deliver business value.”
Now in its 30th year, the Masters of Quality Supplier Awards honors suppliers for receiving high marks in quality, delivery, technology and cost performance, as measured on a Balanced Scorecard basis. Award recipients provide services and components to DTNA’s Freightliner and Western Star brands.
DENSO is among just 48 winners this year, chosen from Daimler Trucks North America’s thousands of suppliers across North America.
The company operates six production facilities in Mexico. Three plants are each located in the cities of Apodaca, Guadalupe and Salinas Victoria, state of Nuevo Leon. There are also two plants each in Silao and Irapuato, state of Guanajuato, and one production site in Frontera, Coahuila.
Daimler Trucks is the largest truck and tractor truck manufacturer in North America. In Mexico, Daimler Trucks has two manufacturing plants located in Santiago Tianguistenco, State of Mexico, and Saltillo, Coahuila; plus, an International Parts Distribution Center in San Luis Potosi, an Engine and Components Remanufacturing Plant in Toluca, State of Mexico, and a Dealer Network comprised of more than 77 sales and service points nationwide.
Daimler’s TMPs (Truck Manufacturing Plants) are responsible of more than 50% of the total truck and tractor truck production in Mexico. Daimler Trucks Mexico employs more than 5,800 people.