SKF receives 2013 Quality Gold award from Yamaha
2014 April 09, 14:00 CEST
Gothenburg, Sweden, 09 April, 2014: SKF has received Yamaha Motor Company’s Quality Gold Award in recognition for outstanding performance in 2013 for quality, delivery, service and supplier response management
Harsha Kadam, Director Business Unit Two Wheelers, SKF Automotive says, “The team and I are very happy and proud to receive this prestigious award. SKF has been working with Yamaha for many years now. Our close cooperation and engineering partnership have been very rewarding. We have supported Yamaha by developing more efficient deep groove ball bearings to improve the performance in the engine, transmission and wheels of the motorcycles and scooters. This award is clear recognition of our focus on excellence to satisfy our customers’ needs and requirements.”
“SKF has been a key supplier for us in our development work for more efficient motorcycles and scooters. We want our customers to enjoy riding and owning their Yamaha. To fulfill their passion and dreams is our ambition. Working with SKF, as our engineering partner, is very satisfying. SKF helps contribute to our customers’ satisfaction. We look forward to continued success working together,” says Mr. Sanjeev Paul, Head of Materials, Yamaha
Yamaha is one of the world’s leading motorcycle producers. SKF has been working with Yamaha Motor Corporation since 1997.
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