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TSMC bestows ‚??Supplier Excellence Award‚?? upon Air Products

07 December 2009 | By Síle Mc Mahon | News > Materials and Gases

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Air ProductsAir Products has received the prestigious ‘Supplier Excellence Award’ from TSMC at the company’s 2009 Supply Chain Management Forum held on December 4, 2009. The award recognizes Air Products’ performance as a supplier of both gases and chemicals to the Taiwan-based foundry.

The Supplier of the Year Award is split into eight different categories and looks at such features as quality, cost, delivery, service, technology, and safety. Taking more than 300 suppliers into account, TSMC arrived at the decision to award the title for Air Products for the fifth time in the past eight years. This is also the first time the company has been recognized in both the gases and chemicals categories in the same year.

“It is a great honor to receive both the gases and chemicals ‘Supplier Excellence Award’ for the first time. The awards will serve as a real encouragement for our team, as well as an inspiration to continue to improve,” said Mike Hilton, senior vice president and general manager, Electronics and Performance Materials, Air Products.

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