TTI Asia 2014 Supplier Excellence Award

2014 TTI Asia Supplier Excellence Award
The prestigious 2014 award marks the first time AVX has earned TTI Asia recognition

AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer of passive components and interconnect solutions, has received a prestigious 2014 TTI Asia Supplier Excellence Award. Bestowed by TTI, Inc., the leading authorized distributor of interconnect, passive, electromechanical, and discrete components, the award honors AVX for its successful fulfillment of several key quality performance metrics designed to elevate supplier and distributor performance in order to ensure utmost customer satisfaction.

The 2014 TTI Asia Supplier Excellence Award represents the highest recognition possible of a supplier’s performance within TTI Asia with regard to quality acceptance, ship-to-commit delivery date, effective business systems, ease of doing business, and the quality and efficacy of field employee and management relationships. Mr. Anthony Chan, President, TTI Asia presented the award to K.H. Khoo, General Manager, AVX Asia on March 31, 2015 at the AVX/Kyocera Singapore office.

“The 2014 TTI Asia Supplier Excellence Award marks the first time AVX has been recognized in our supplier excellence program,” said Vice President of Product Management at TTI Asia, Sam CW Sung. “This is a major accomplishment, and all AVX employees are to be commended for making this achievement possible. Achievement of this award not only represents the dedication of all the AVX Asia employees to TTI Asia, but also management’s successful execution of an overall operating philosophy of excellence and employees’ commitment to ensuring customer satisfaction.”

“AVX is honored to have received its first TTI Asia Supplier Excellence Award,” said K.H. Khoo, General Manager, AVX Asia. “We consistently strive to exceed expectations with regard to customer satisfaction, technology innovation, and operations excellence, so we are very proud to have been recognized for our success by such a valued strategic partner as TTI, and will continue to improve upon our current efforts going forward.”