DuPont automotive receives supplier award from Ford

DuPont Automotive recently was recognized by the Ford Motor Company with the World Excellence Award, its highest supplier recognition.

DuPont Automotive has been a recipient of the honor for three of the past four years.

An awards ceremony was held in April at the Ford Conference and Events Center in Dearborn, Michigan. "We rely on our suppliers to help us build quality into our vehicles," said Carlos Mazzorin, Ford group vice president of Asia Pacific Operations, South American Operations and Global Purchasing.

For 2001, DuPont Automotive received a Silver Award, recognizing its ability to provide superior quality and delivery of product. It was one of 21 suppliers to receive the honor.

Building equity in DuPont brands, products and services is part of the company's knowledge intensity strategy for achieving sustainable growth

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