SOUTHFIELD, MI - For the eighth time in 10 years, BASF has received General Motors’ Supplier of the Year Award.
Hans Engel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BASF Corp., accepted the award on behalf of the company’s Coatings Division during General Motors’ annual awards ceremony on March 13 at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
“As a company focused on harnessing the power of chemistry to make our customers more successful, we are honored to have once again earned this recognition from General Motors,” said Engel. “Working together with forward-looking, visionary customers like GM, BASF will continue to create the chemistry for a sustainable future.”
BASF’s Coatings Division supports GM by combining modern paint processes with special effect pigments and technologies. BASF offers a broad array of color solutions and development capabilities that help carmakers improve productivity and environmental performance.
For example, BASF recently introduced the environmentally friendly CathoGuard® 800 and 900 product line – a Cathodic e-coating system that provides the base for perfect automotive surfaces and protects edges and cavities from corrosion.
“The Supplier of the Year award winners' partnership, dedication and commitment to consistently perform above expectations played an important role in GM’s success in 2011,” said Bob Socia, Vice President, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain. “In 2012, we will continue to improve supplier relations to achieve a world-class supply chain focused on quality, capacity management and total cost.”
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