WABCO named supplier of the year by Wabash National

WABCO named supplier of the year by Wabash National

WABCO Holdings Inc. has received Wabash National’s Pinnacle Award for 2019, which recognizes Wabash National’s supplier of the year.

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WABCO team members accept the 2019 Pinnacle Award from Wabash National senior leaders. Pictured are (left to right) Richard Mansilla, Wabash National, director of global strategic sourcing; Allison Belden, WABCO customer service manager; Patrick Kealy, WABCO North America trailer business leader; Brent Yeagy, Wabash National president and CEO; Zakary Kennedy, WABCO key account leader; Nick Adler, Wabash National VP supply chain and business transformation; and Cody Vaught, Wabash National global category manager.

WABCO Holdings Inc. has received Wabash National’s Pinnacle Award for 2019, which recognizes Wabash National’s supplier of the year.

In presenting its 2019 Pinnacle Award to WABCO, Nick Adler, vice president of supply chain and business transformation, said, “We pride ourselves on safety at Wabash National, and WABCO provides a great performing product that enhances the safety of our products on the road. In addition, the speed at which WABCO moves and their response times are among some of the best in our supply base.”

WABCO has provided Wabash National with trailer vehicle controls, including EasyStop and Enhanced EasyStop anti-lock braking systems and SmartTrac vehicle roll stability system (RSS), for more than 15 years. This is the first Pinnacle Award for WABCO and its ninth Wabash National supplier award overall.

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