MSX International (MSXI), a global technology-enabled business process outsourcing company, has been named Services Supplier of the Year by North American automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).
FCA honored 19 North American supplier partners at its recent 2019 annual Supplier Conference and Award Ceremony in Detroit. The Supplier of the Year awards recognize companies that have shown exceptional commitment to FCA, providing innovative and high-quality products and services.
According to FCA, the award recipients were chosen based on a ratings system that evaluates supplier performance in quality, delivery, cost and warranty, as well as input from FCA senior leadership. Foundational Principles winners represent companies that have demonstrated extraordinary partnership, collaboration, transparency and integrity.
“FCA is in the midst of transformational changes, and these suppliers are helping enable a stronger future for all of us,” said Scott Thiele, head of purchasing and supply chain at FCA, North America. “It is an honor to recognize their contributions and dedication, as they represent the best in the industry.”
MSX International has a long-standing relationship with FCA and is mainly focused on providing FCA with warranty, express service and parts wholesale distribution solutions.
“It is a true honor to be recognized by FCA as ‘Services Supplier of the Year’ and be part of FCA’s business transformation. This award demonstrates MSXI’s long-term commitment to providing exceptional business process outsourcing services to our customers that help them maximize value and experience measurable success,” said Patrick Katenkamp, CEO, RNS, MSX International.
“The whole team at MSXI North America is incredibly proud of this accomplishment. It proves our dedication to supporting FCA on achieving its strategic and operational goals on a daily basis. This award is a result of great teamwork, industry expertise and our focus on meeting customer expectations. We look forward to continuing and expanding our support to FCA,” said Andrea Sorrenti, vice president, RNS Americas, MSX International.