King Bearings Receives Jasper Overall Quality Award - Engine Builder Magazine

King Bearings Receives Jasper Overall Quality Award

King Engine Bearings has received its fourth consecutive Supplier Quality award from Jasper Engines and Transmissions. In 2012 King received Jasper’s Outstanding Service award. Now, for the third consecutive year, King has earned Jasper’s Overall Quality award.

King Engine Bearings has received its fourth consecutive Supplier Quality award from Jasper Engines and Transmissions. In 2012 King received Jasper’s Outstanding Service award. Now, for the third consecutive year, King has earned Jasper’s Overall Quality award.

King Engine Bearings joins an elite group of only two other companies to receive the Overall Quality award for 2015.

“Our goal at King is to exceed our customers’ quality standards on a consistent basis,” says Limor Neeman Karpatkin, VP Sales & Marketing at King Engine Bearings. “To be recognized for our quality and be awarded as a top performer for the fourth year in a row is both humbling and very gratifying.”

The Overall Quality award is determined by joint nominating efforts between Jasper sourcing and quality teams in key areas such as supplier scorecard results, corrective action requests, warranties, quality control first-piece history, and quality issue resolution.

King Engine Bearings has been a leading supplier to Jasper since 1988, providing engine bearings for all makes and models of engines in Jasper’s remanufactured engine program.

For more information: www.kingbearings.com.

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