Linde Electronics presents 2016 global supplier award to Advance Research Chemicals

TAIPEI, Taiwan --- Linde Electronics received the Linde Electronics Preferred Supplier Award for 2016 in recognition of its continuous support and commitment to Linde Electronics. Advance Research Chemicals (ARC) is known as a reliable resource in the field of specialty chemicals. Many of the world's largest companies are closely associated with ARC as business partners in the manufacturing of specialty materials for their products.

Linde Electronics is committed to leading and exceeding customer expectations by providing reliable, consistent and competitive electronic material products to global semiconductor, display, solar and LED markets. The global supplier performance award is one way that Linde Electronics shows its appreciation to suppliers and encourages all suppliers to strive toward continuous improvement.

Linde Electronics undertakes comprehensive due diligence to ensure reliability in its supply chain. Linde audits the suppliers based on their technical and operational capabilities and implements processes to ensure the sustainability and consistent quality of supply. Once the supply chains are established, Linde maintains a continuous engagement and improvement program with suppliers, keeping them updated on industry trends and the changing needs from customers. Linde conducts an annual, comprehensive supplier performance evaluation (SESPA) involving all major raw material providers to Linde Electronics globally. Suppliers are assessed on various aspects, which include commercial, quality, safety, delivery, technology and service levels. The Global Supplier Performance awards are based upon the results of this SESPA program.

For more information, see The Linde Group online at http://www.linde-gas.com/electronics
 

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