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Bombardier has awarded 13 of its suppliers with the prestigious Diamond certification during a virtual Diamond Supplier Award Ceremony. The suppliers celebrated at this year’s ceremony were recognized for their excellence in operational performance standards for 2020, as well as for their commitment to continuous improvement.
“Our suppliers are crucial to Bombardier’s ability to build, deliver and service the world’s best business jets,” said Shauna Gamble, Chief Procurement Officer, Bombardier. “We’re pleased to recognize their outstanding efforts via the Diamond program, especially as 2020 presented a unique set of challenges amid a global pandemic. Congratulations to this year’s Diamond Suppliers.”
“Bombardier’s Diamond certification, which is awarded after a vigorous review of performance metrics, allows for companies to be recognized on an international level,” said Paul Sislian, Executive Vice President, Operations and Operational Excellence, Bombardier. “We are particularly proud that nine of our 13 winners are in Quebec, highlighting the depth of skill and expertise that we are privileged to have in the province’s aerospace sector.”
The 2020 Bombardier Diamond Suppliers are (in alphabetical order):
The world-class performance and competitiveness of Bombardier aircraft, and the company’s track record of excellence and innovation, are achieved with the help of strong collaboration with suppliers, and by building rewarding partnerships based on trust and respect. For more information about this program, please visit Bombardier’s Diamond Supplier program web page.
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