2005 Service Excellence Awards winners named.
In the EMS category, the overall winners were Plexus Corp. (revenues over $500 million); Reptron Manufacturing Services and Creation Technologies (revenues between $100 and $500 million); and Key Electronics (revenues less than $100 million).
Also receiving awards were EMS companies with the highest scores in each of five individual service categories. (The overall winners were excluded from winning individual categories.) In the small-company category, Texas Prototypes won for dependability/timely delivery, responsiveness and value. It also tied for the manufacturing quality award with APSCO. APSCO also tied with MassTech EMS in the technology category. In the medium-company category, Sparton Electronics had the highest scores in all five categories.
Electronics assembly equipment award winners were: Asymtek for dispensing; Assembleon for pick-and-place; DEK for screen printing; VJ Electronix for rework/repair; and Feinfocus for test and inspection. EFD Inc. won the electronics assembly materials suppliers award in the solder paste category. Aegis Industrial Software received top honors in the manufacturing/supply chain management software category.
A donation of $5,000 was made on the participants' behalf to the Surface Mount Technology Association's Charles Hutchins Educational Grant. This is the 13th year CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY has sponsored the awards program.
Edited by Mike Buetow
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|Date:||Apr 1, 2005|
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