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Elgin Industries Earns Eighth Straight John Deere ‘Partner-Level Supplier’ Recognition

Deere & Company for the eighth consecutive year has recognized Elgin Industries as a Partner-Level Supplier in the John Deere Achieving Excellence Program. Deere & Company representatives presented the award to Elgin during a recent ceremony in Bettendorf, Iowa.

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Deere & Company for the eighth consecutive year has recognized Elgin Industries as a Partner-Level Supplier in the John Deere Achieving Excellence Program. Deere & Company representatives presented the award to Elgin during a recent ceremony in Bettendorf, Iowa.

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Partner-Level status is Deere & Company’s highest supplier rating, awarded to companies that exceed expectations for product and service quality and are dedicated to continuous improvement. In addition to achieving Partner-Level Status for the past eight years, Elgin was Deere & Company’s 2018 Supplier of the Year and has been inducted into the John Deere Supplier Hall of Fame.

A leading global manufacturer of engine and chassis components, Elgin supplies precision-engineered piston pins and push rods to John Deere production facilities around the world. Elgin products are engineered and manufactured in Elgin, IL.

“One of the characteristics that sets us apart in today’s market is that we treat every customer as though they are a part of our family,” said Bill Skok, a member of the third generation of Skok family members to operate the 100-year-old business. “Deere & Company has been an outstanding business partner, and each of our team members is proud to design, build and deliver parts that help power John Deere equipment.”

For more info: www.elginind.com.

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