Jacobs Vehicle Systems receives PACCAR supplier award

Jacobs Vehicle Systems receives PACCAR supplier award

Jacobs Vehicle Systems was recently recognized by PACCAR for meeting or exceeding the company’s 10 PPM quality standard, which stands for delivering no more than 10 defective parts for every million components supplied.

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PACCAR presented Jacobs with the PACCAR 10 PPM award for 2018 during a recent visit to Jacobs Vehicle Systems’ Bloomfield, CT headquarters. Pictured are (left to right) César Torres Arteaga, supplier quality manager of PACCAR Engine Company; David Biron, director of quality and reliability for Jacobs; and Rob Backus, team manager supplier quality for DAF Trucks N.V.

Jacobs Vehicle Systems was recently recognized by PACCAR for meeting or exceeding the company’s 10 PPM quality standard, which stands for delivering no more than 10 defective parts for every million components supplied.

Jacobs and other award winners were also required to meet criteria for delivery performance, customer support, warranties and business impact.

This year PACCAR recognized 337 suppliers in 26 countries on four continents with the 10 PPM award.

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