Jasper Engines & Transmissions names Supplier Award winners for 2014
Jasper, Ind.—Jasper Engines & Transmissions has named its Supplier Award winners for 2014 performance.
Each supplier received a trophy honoring its key role to the company as a true vendor partner in 2014. Jasper presents the annual awards to recognize the company’s Partners in Success.
The Growth Award winners were based on a percentage increase spent from 2013 to 2014 (minimum spent = $100,000).
The Quality Award listing was established by joint nominating efforts between Jasper Sourcing and Quality Teams in key areas such as Supplier Scorecard Results, Corrective Action Requests, Warranties, Quality Control First-Piece History and Quality Issue Resolution.
The Service Award winners were established by joint nominating efforts between Sourcing and Buyers in key areas including Supplier Scorecard Results, “Can Do” Attitude, Sense of Urgency, Timely Responses, Problem Resolution, and High Level of Expertise.
The Outstanding Individual Partner Award was established by nominating efforts of the Sourcing team in key areas such as “Above and Beyond” Daily Support, Timely Responses, Price Negotiations, Critical Decision Making, Part Expediting, and Overall Collaboration and Partnership.
“Jasper is proud to recognize all of these suppliers this year,” said Jay Nelson, Jasper Supplier Development-Sourcing manager. “We have developed great relationships with many of our suppliers and they continue to be critical partners in the success of Jasper Engines & Transmissions. In the aftermarket industry, we must all continue to work together to provide the highest quality product and price those products to provide the greatest value to the customer.”
There were 14 total recipients:
- Avon Automotive Product
- S.A. Gear Inc.
- Diesel Forward
- Eagle Preceision Products
- Sonnax Industries
- Elgin Industries
- Modern Silicone
- United Engine & Machine
- King Engine Bearings
- NPR of America
- Borg Warner
- Exedy Globalparts
Outstanding Individual Partner Award
- George Sutton, MAHLE