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A.E. Petsche Canada Receives Supplier Excellence Award from Bombardier

Dépèche transmise le 28 avril 2011 par Business Wire

DALLAS & FORT WORTH, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A.E. Petsche Canada was recognized by Bombardier Aerospace as a recipient of a 2010 Bombardier Achieving Supplier Excellence award. Award recipients demonstrated superior performance in a wide range of areas including, quality, delivery and competitiveness.

“A healthy relationship with our suppliers is fundamentally important. This award allows us to recognize exceptional suppliers like A.E. Petsche Canada and acknowledge their strategic contributions toward our efforts to provide an outstanding customer experience.”

A.E. Petsche Co. has been a contract supplier to Bombardier for over 10 years, with a dedicated team of over 80 professionals in four countries supporting Bombardier Aerospace's electrical requirements. Implementing a host of value-added services ranging from kitting to supply logistics, A.E. Petsche supports eight Bombardier sites and 12 related subcontractors globally.

“A.E. Petsche is a long-term and valued supplier to Bombardier,” said Janice Davis, vice president and chief procurement officer for Bombardier Aerospace. “A healthy relationship with our suppliers is fundamentally important. This award allows us to recognize exceptional suppliers like A.E. Petsche Canada and acknowledge their strategic contributions toward our efforts to provide an outstanding customer experience.”

A.E. Petsche Company, Inc.

A.E. Petsche Company is a global supplier of high-performance military/aerospace interconnect products and services. The company is headquartered in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and operates sales offices and distribution centers worldwide. Effective December 2009, A.E. Petsche Co. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Arrow Electronics, Inc. For additional information on A.E. Petsche Co., visit http://www.aepetsche.com.

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