Henkel Receives Awards from Delphi


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The Electronics Group of Henkel today announced that it has received two 2014 Pinnacle Awards and one Above and Beyond Award from Delphi Automotive PLC – its prestigious supplier honors – during Delphi’s Global Supplier Conference & Pinnacle Awards event in Shanghai, China.

The awards recognized Henkel for its contribution to Delphi’s Excellence culture and commitment to quality, value and cost performance.

Chris Maksud, Henkel Global Key Account Manager for Delphi, accepted the awards during a gala dinner at Hilton Hongqiao.  “Henkel’s partnership with Delphi spans over 35 years and we are delighted that our work has been recognized with these incredible honors,” said Maksud.  “Both our Salisbury, North Carolina, and Yantai, China, manufacturing facilities won Pinnacle Awards and our global team was honored with an Above and Beyond Award for its contributions to Delphi new business development.  We are grateful for the long-standing relationship with Delphi.”

"Suppliers play an important role in Delphi’s success,” said Sidney Johnson, senior vice president, Delphi global supply management. “Suppliers like Henkel help Delphi provide our customers with the highest quality products and best value solutions. We appreciate their outstanding performance.”

Delphi recognized 33 suppliers from 16 countries with its 2014 Pinnacle Award.

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Henkel is the world’s leading and most progressive provider of qualified, materials for semiconductor packaging, printed circuit board (PCB) assembly and advanced soldering solutions.  The breadth of Henkel’s product portfolio delivers cost-effective solutions for any manufacturing challenge. 

There are hundreds of different ways in which Henkel electronic adhesives can enhance the quality and efficiency of electronic components.  

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