BorgWarner Receives Two 2012 Supplier Quality Excellence Awards From GM
BorgWarner's Facilities in the U.S. and Germany Honored for Delivering Highest Levels of Quality Performance
AUBURN HILLS, MI--Feb. 27, 2013: BorgWarner's facilities in Frankfort, Illinois, and Ketsch, Germany, received 2012 Supplier Quality Excellence Awards from General Motors (GM). Presented to about 7 percent of GM's suppliers, the new award recognizes supplier manufacturing locations for achieving consistently high levels of quality that exceed defined customer quality performance criteria. Both BorgWarner facilities supply one-way clutches for GM's 6-speed longitudinal transmissions installed in a wide range of Chevrolet, GMC and Cadillac vehicles. The plant in Frankfort also supplies brake bands for a 4-speed transmission program.
"BorgWarner is driven to provide our customers with advanced technologies, engineered and manufactured to meet the highest quality standards and deliver reliable performance," said Robin Kendrick, President and General Manager, BorgWarner Transmission Systems. "BorgWarner has been proudly producing high-quality transmission components for GM for over 40 years. I would like to thank our employees for their hard work and dedication, and look forward to continuing our successful relationship with GM."
BorgWarner's mechanical clutching systems are designed to provide industry-leading efficiency characteristics for a wide range of applications, including demanding, high-energy applications. BorgWarner one-way clutch systems provide superior engagement performance and high efficiency for automatic transmissions.