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Boeing Spotlights the Best in the Industry with 2023 Supplier of the Year Awards

Boeing Spotlights the Best in the Industry with 2023 Supplier of the Year Awards

At the 2023 Supplier of the Year ceremony, Boeing honoured 12 of its top-performing global suppliers. Suppliers were recognized for driving a stable, predictable production system that contributes to Boeing’s safety, quality, sustainability, and delivery obligations to customers.

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William Ampofo, vice president of Parts and distribution Services and Supply Chain for Boeing Global Services and chairman of Boeing’s Supply Chain Operations Council, praised the Supplier of the Year awardees for being proactive, open, and trustworthy in a difficult climate. “Their cooperation and dedication to safety and quality was the benchmark to help us drive stability in our supply chain and consistently deliver for our customers.”

Boeing’s 2023 Supplier of the Year winners are:

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  • 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

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Boeing spends more than $34 billion annually on more than one billion parts and works with more than 11,000 active suppliers globally. An industry-pioneering awards programme that recognises the accomplishments of Boeing’s top-performing suppliers is called the Supplier of the Year Award programme.

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