Dayco Receives GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award

Dayco Receives GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award

Dayco's Manoppello, Italy, facility was recognized for delivering quality products and outstanding performance in 2021.

Dayco’s Manoppello facility in Italy has been awarded the “Supplier Quality Excellence Award 2021” by General Motors (GM) for delivering high-quality products and outstanding performance throughout 2021. Dayco exceeded GM’s stringent quality norms and excelled by delivering best-in-class and advanced solutions, the company said.

Dayco said it received this accolade for its resilient and committed approach toward supplying premium quality and innovative products, leading to high customer satisfaction. Its global manufacturing facilities are equipped with highly advanced processes, strong R&D capabilities, and a proficient team, that consistently delivers excellent products to meet industry standards bringing the automotive revolution.

“Achieving GM’s prestigious award is a testament to our Manoppello team for their dedication to operational excellence, which has supplied quality products to GM for its engine and drive systems. Our strategy of building strong collaborative relationships with valued partners like General Motors creates a culture of quality and delivery,” said John Kinnick, president of Global Belts at Dayco.

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