Arvato | Gütersloh, 03/15/2019

Arvato SCM Receives Intel’s Preferred Quality Supplier Award

Greg Christensen, Robert Aitken, Jacklyn Sturm, Andreas Barth, Craig Caplinger

Subject: Media & Services
Country: Germany
Category: Prizes & Awards

For the first time, Arvato SCM Solutions has received Intel’s “Preferred Quality Supplier Award”. With this award, the American IT company honors its service providers and suppliers for their consistently high level of quality in collaboration. According to Intel, Arvato’s logistics services scored with their quality and flexibility.

For the first time, Arvato SCM Solutions has received Intel’s “Preferred Quality Supplier Award”. With this award, the American IT company honors service providers for consistently excellent collaboration. As a long-term strategic business partner, Arvato provides world class services through consistent quality, flexibility and excellent performance by ensuring Intel products are available to meet market critical launch dates, the company announced. Over the past several years, the Hightech & Entertainment unit has continued to expand its service portfolio for Intel and also collaborates with Intel on strategic innovations. In 2018, Arvato SCM Solutions received Intel’s “Supplier Achievement Award”. The “Preferred Quality Supplier Award” is an even greater honor.

“Intel’s award winning suppliers are critical to Intel’s success,” said Jacklyn Sturm, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Global Supply Management at Intel. “As we grow into new markets with evolving and expanding product quality and performance requirements, these suppliers continue to rise to the challenge to collaborate, innovate and win together.” The “Preferred Quality Supplier Award” is part of Intel’s “Supplier Continuous Quality Improvement” program (SCQI), which encourages the company’s key suppliers to strive for best-in-class levels of excellence and continuous improvement. To qualify for the “Preferred Quality Supplier” status, Intel suppliers must score at least 80 percent on an integrated report card that assesses performance throughout the year.