10 Companies To Receive Supplier Excellence Awards From Analog Devices

NORWOOD, MA — Analog Devices, Inc. honored eight companies with its 14th Annual Supplier Excellence Awards during a ceremony held in Hong Kong. An additional two suppliers will receive their ADI Supplier Excellence Award at local ceremonies in Wilmington, MA, USA and Limerick, Ireland. The suppliers were selected from more than 2,000 companies that contribute to ADI’s global semiconductor manufacturing operations.

“Analog Devices congratulates and wishes to thank the winners of the 2014 Supplier Excellence Awards for their outstanding commitment to product quality, customer support and on-time production, which are vital to our mission of delivering our customers high-performance signal processing products,” said Vince Simonelli, director of global purchasing for Analog Devices. “Our customers choose ADI because of our responsiveness and continued innovation, and our dedicated group of suppliers helps makes this possible.”

The ADI Supplier Excellence Awards distinguish those companies that meet the rigorous standards of the ADI supplier program. The winners must demonstrate an exceptional commitment to manufacturing excellence and leadership, and the on-time delivery of goods and services. Those suppliers cited by Analog Devices must also maintain high quality and reliability standards, deliver cost reduction initiatives, and display a proven dedication to technology advancement and continuous improvement.

The 2014 winners by category are:

Raw Materials
Kyocera Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.
S.E.H.

Critical Indirect
Materion

Equipment Support
Stepper Technology
Teradyne Inc.

Contracted Production
Carsem
TSMC

Special Achievement
SPTS Technologies

Local Site
Asahi Photoproducts Europe
MEI Wet Processing Systems & Services, LLC

About Analog Devices

Analog Devices designs and manufactures semiconductor products and solutions. We enable our customers to interpret the world around us by intelligently bridging the physical and digital with unmatched technologies that sense, measure and connect. Visit http://www.analog.com.

(NOTE: The above press release is from Analog Devices.  Analog has a very large location in Wilmington.)

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