ConMet receives Navistar Supplier Excellence award

ConMet receives Navistar Supplier Excellence award

ConMet recently announced its recognition for a Supplier Excellence award of Navistar, a commercial transportation solutions provider with a vision to accelerate the impact of sustainable mobility. ConMet was awarded Navistar’s Gold Performance award, which recognizes excellence across quality, delivery, cost and continuous improvement.
  
The 2022 Navistar Supplier Excellence Awards recognize suppliers from all around the world in a variety of industries including freight and engineering services, electronics, powertrain and chassis components, and advanced safety systems. In 2022, Navistar updated its Supplier Excellence award categories to include Performance Awards, which honors suppliers for excellence in quality, delivery and cost, and Leadership Awards in five subcategories: quality, innovation, customer service, general procurement and logistics.
  
ConMet has been a supplier to Navistar for over 25 years, supplying wheel ends, plastic components, and castings. Most recently, ConMet was recognized by Navistar with their Diamond Supplier Award in 2019 and 2020.

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