Bourns Honored Again with TTI 2013 Supplier Excellence Award

RIVERSIDE, CA - Bourns, Inc. has again been honored with TTI’s Supplier Excellence Award at the Platinum Level for its Americas, European and Asia operations. Bourns’ European operations also received TTI’s Diamond Award for the highest overall point achievement. The TTI Supplier Excellence program measures sales and management support, on-time delivery, receiving quality, customer-reported quality, administrative quality, operations and business systems. The award ceremony was held at the TTI Supplier Executive Breakfast Meeting during EDS in Las Vegas, on May 6, 2014.

"For its outstanding commitment to quality and service, TTI is pleased to honor Bourns with the Platinum award, which is the highest award level we bestow. We commend Bourns for its Platinum achievement level that requires five consecutive years of award recognition, and continuous recognition each year to maintain Platinum status," said Melanie Pizzey, vice president global product operations at TTI, Inc. “We are thrilled to acknowledge Bourns for their 2013 performance that demonstrates the company’s continued dedication and commitment to excellence.”

“To be recognized again for our excellent sales channel support and demonstrated performance shows Bourns’ continued emphasis on customer service and the highest quality products,” said Kelly Vogt, senior vice president of worldwide sales at Bourns, Inc. “For its diligent and hard work, I applaud our team’s well-earned achievement at the highest level.”

For more information about TTI, visit http://www.ttiinc.com
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