FLORENCE, Ky. — ArvinMeritor’s Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket (CVA) group has received two awards for supplier excellence in 2002.
Volvo Trucks North America and Mack Trucks honored CVA with a Partnership Plus – Aftermarket Supplier of the Year award for the U.S. and Canada. In addition, Volvo Trucks Mexico presented the group with a Best Vendor award.
The annual awards recognize suppliers that demonstrate exceptional performance in sales, promotion and field support. Recipients are selected based on their ability to help grow Volvo’s and Mack’s parts business and bring products to market. This is the second time ArvinMeritor has received these awards.
“We value our relationship with Volvo and Mack and are pleased to receive this honor,” said Harry Howard, vice president and general manager, CVA. “This award is proof of our commitment to provide best-in-class products and services to our customers.”
ArvinMeritor’s Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket, in Florence, Ky. and Toronto, Ont., provides a lineup of axles, air systems, brakes, drivelines, clutches, transmissions and wheel-end components and related services to a network of authorized outlets in North America.
The CVA portfolio extends across the primary commercial truck and trailer, drivetrain and brake products. It also has a growing line of remanufactured products, including brake shoes and hydraulic cylinders,axle differentials, transmissions and clutches.
CVA also has key operations in Zurich, Switzerland; Osasco, Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Sunshine, Australia.
ArvinMeritor, Inc. is a $7-billion global supplier of a broad range of integrated systems, modules and components to the motor vehicle industry. The company serves light vehicle, commercial truck, trailer and specialty original equipment manufacturers and related aftermarkets.
For more information, visit the company’s Web site at: www.arvinmeritor.com
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