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ROCKWELL AUTOMATION WINS NESTLÉ NORTH AMERICA PROCUREMENT SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR AWARD

12-08-2015
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Rockwell Automation has been awarded Nestlé USA’s North America Procurement Supplier of the Year award in 2014 for technical procurement - maintenance, repair and operations.

Rockwell has been hailed by Nestle for its ability to communicate its supplier relationship management, using it to assess its performance as a supplier to Nestlé.

This award is to recognize the years of collaboration between Nestlé USA and Rockwell Automation.

“Rockwell Automation is one of our key strategic suppliers, and I’m proud of all our collaborative efforts. Rockwell Automation has innovative ideas, and we would like to see even more. It’s a great pleasure to present this award to Rockwell Automation.” said Andy Murray, head of technical procurement, Nestlé.

CEO and chairman of Rockwell Automation, Keith Nosbusch, expressed his content receiving the award and the flourishing relationship between Rockwell and Nestlé USA.

“Nestlé was our first global account, and our relationship is the benchmark that we use to measure all others. Whether it’s sharing technology roadmaps or identifying mutual goals and objectives, our close relationship has driven this strategic alignment. Thank you to Nestlé for being a great customer and partner.” He said. 

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