AVX Corp. earned a “threepeat,” taking home the Supplier Excellence Award from TTI Asia for 2018. It marks the third time that earned this prestigious recognition of outstanding service and delivery to customers throughout Asia (see figure). The award recognizes such factors as quality acceptance, ship-to-commit delivery date, effective business systems, ease of doing business, and both the quality and efficacy of field employee and management relationships.
The firm is a global supplier of a wide range of circuit elements and components, including ceramic capacitors, diodes, antennas, filters, and interconnections. It holds many patents and is aiding the growth of emerging high-volume electronic markets, including in 5G wireless cellular networks and equipment and Internet of Things (IoT) devices and components. The award was presented earlier this year by Anthony Chan, president of TTI Asia Pacific, to Alex Schenkel, AVX senior vice-president of sales.
AVX Corp. won the 2018 Supplier Excellence Award, the third time it has been awarded the recognition by TTI Asia. (Courtesy of AVX Corp.)
“The 2018 TTI Asia Supplier Excellence Award marks the third time AVX has been recognized in our program, which has been instrumental in elevating supplier and distributor performance since being introduced in Asia in 2007,” said Sam Sung, vice-president, Product and Supplier Marketing, TTI Asia. “This is a significant achievement that not only represents the ongoing successful partnership between AVX and TTI Asia, but also the dedication of all the AVX Asia employees to our program and their commitment to providing exceptional quality, on-time delivery, and outstanding customer service.”
Schenkel responded, “We are honored to have received our third TTI Asia Supplier Excellence Award, and are very proud to have been recognized for our success by such a valued strategic partner as TTI. AVX consistently strives to exceed expectations with regard to customer satisfaction and is committed to continuously improving upon our quality performance.”