Boeing has named its top suppliers for 2023 at an awards ceremony highlighting their efforts to improve sustainability, safety and quality.
The plane-maker recognised 12 of its top-performing global suppliers at the 2023 Supplier of the Year event. The suppliers were celebrated for driving a stable, predictable production system that contributes to Boeing’s delivery commitments to customers.
“The Supplier of the Year winners were proactive, transparent and reliable in a challenging environment,” said William Ampofo, vice president of parts and distribution services and supply chain for Boeing Global Services, and chair of Boeing’s Supply Chain Operations Council.
“Their collaboration and commitment to safety and quality was the gold standard to help us drive stability in our supply chain and consistently deliver for our customers.”
Boeing’s 2023 Suppliers of the Year winners
Outstanding Performance: Commercial Airplanes – Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing, Inc. of Dickinson, N.D.
Defense, Space & Security – Dynamatic Technologies Limited of Bangalore, India
Global Services – C.E. Machine Company, Inc., of Wichita, Kan.
Indirect Supply Chain – Microsoft of Redmond, Wash.
Alliance Award: Toray Composite Materials America, Inc., of Tacoma, Wash.
Collaboration Award: Janicki of Sedro-Woolley, Wash.
Pathfinder Award: CSIRO of Clayton, Victoria, Australia
Safety & Quality Award: KF Aerospace of Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Supplier Diversity Award: Indigenous Defence & Infrastructure Consortium Pty Ltd of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Supply Chain Visibility Award: ValStream of Dallas, Texas
Support & Services Award: Harper Engineering Co. of Renton, Wash.
Sustainability Award: EPIC Fuels of Irving, Texas
Boeing works with more than 11,000 active suppliers worldwide and spends in excess of $34 billion on more than one billion parts every year.
The Supplier of the Year Award program is an industry-leading recognition programme that highlights the accomplishments of Boeing’s top-performing suppliers.
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