Navistar Recognizes Top Suppliers

Navistar Recognizes Top Suppliers

Navistar recognized top-performing suppliers across a variety of industries in Performance and Leadership categories.

Navistar Inc. announced its 2023 Supplier Excellence Awards recognizing top-performing suppliers across a variety of industries in two major categories: Performance and Leadership.

The Performance Awards honor four recipients for their excellence in quality, delivery, cost, and continuous improvement, Navistar said. Suppliers are measured through performance scorecards, and award recipients are ranked from platinum to bronze. 

The Leadership Awards, as an acknowledgement that true partnership moves beyond mere numbers, recognize four suppliers who have gone above and beyond in specific categories of quality, customer service, general procurement, and logistics, added Navistar.

2023 Navistar Performance and Leadership Award recipients:

Performance Awards: 
·         Platinum – Superior Trim  
·         Gold – ConMet
·         Silver – DBG Mexico
·         Bronze – Inteva

Leadership Awards: 

·         Quality – KUS  
·         Customer Service – Leoni
·         General Procurement – GROB do Brasil 
·         Logistics – Mexlog

“Even as the supply chain constraints continue, many Navistar suppliers have gone above and beyond to ensure they are exceeding Navistar’s expectations,” said Peter Friberg, chief procurement officer. “We are proud to recognize these suppliers and their achievements, as we continue on our journey to accelerate the impact of sustainable mobility.”

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