Award for Excellence in Quality and Service Received in Japan

The Japanese company Komatsu, the world's second largest manufacturer of construction equipment, industrial machinery, generators, light armored vehicles and diesel engines, gave recognition to AGP’s trading partner in Japan: North Glass Corporation, for the excellent performance demonstrated during the recent months.The team formed between North Glass and AGP has become the official supplier of transparent armor for the military vehicles program produced by Komatsu for the Self-Defense Forces of Japan for over ten years.

The consistent focus of the whole team has been to fully satisfy customer needs.

All these efforts have been recognized by Komatsu during its annual event in which those providers with the best performance are rewarded. The AGP-North Glass team received an award for being one of the top three outstanding suppliers for the period 2011 - 2012. Komatsu expressed special thanks for the timely and excellent quality of the first orders for 2012 that were requested with a particularly short delivery time.

Tad Oshiyama, president of North Glass Corporation received the award at the event which brought together more than 200 people. "I am extremely pleased to receive this award, and warmly thank all the effort that AGP has made in this and all orders of our customers," said Tad.

AGP, committed to their customers!

600450 Award for Excellence in Quality and Service Received in Japan
Date: 3 July 2012

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