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Exotic Automation & Supply Receives Ford’s 2011 World Excellence Award
Date:6/23/2012

Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) June 22, 2012

Exotic Automation & Supply, a leading manufacturer and distributor of automation systems, components, and material handling solutions, has received one of Ford Motor Company’s prestigious 2011 World Excellence Silver Awards.

The awards were presented on May 31, 2012 at the 14th annual event held at Ford World Headquarters to suppliers who demonstrate superior quality, delivery, and cost performance. Exotic Automation & Supply was one of only two non-production suppliers to receive the 2011 World Excellence Silver Award out of an international supplier network comprised of over 1,600 corporations.

Ford president and CEO Alan Mulally thanked all of Ford’s supplier partners for their commitment to excellence and for continuing to embrace the ONE Ford mindset. “Our suppliers play a critical role in Ford’s growth around the world,” Mulally said. “We are so grateful for their work to serve our global customers with a full family of cars, utilities, and trucks offering the very best quality, fuel efficiency, safety, smart design and value.”

Exotic Automation & Supply opened for business in 1963 in Michigan as Exotic Rubber & Plastics. The company’s reputation as a provider of superior material handling solutions led the company to begin providing engineering, systems, and components for automation in 1972.

“This award is the direct result of the hard work of our employees, the products we offer, and our dedication to meet the needs of our customers. I know I speak for everyone when I say it is an hono
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