Posted on 06-27-2023
2022 marks the 9th straight year Viking Plastics has received the award for outstanding performance from General Motors
Corry, PA, June 27, 2023— Viking Plastics, a trusted name in injection molding and value-added assembly service, announced it has been awarded the Supplier Quality Excellence Award for 2022 from General Motors Corporation. This is the 9th consecutive year the company has received the award which recognizes suppliers who have met or exceeded a very stringent set of quality performance criteria and have achieved the cross-functional support of the entire GM organization for 2022.
“We are honored to receive the GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award for 9 years running now,” says Bob Senz, Director of Quality. “The dedication of the entire team at Viking Plastics to quality processes that results in quality product is amazing. From our .5 defective parts per million produced to our lean culture of continuous improvement, we are committed to providing only world-class quality to our entire customer base.”
The company has received this award ten out of the past 11 years. With the award, General Motors Corporation, a multinational automotive manufacturing company, recognizes Viking Plastics for consistently providing quality parts day in and out to their assembly plants and as a critical part of the team who helps ensure customers are delighted with their product purchase.
About Viking Plastics
Founded in 1972, Viking Plastics is a privately held company delivering innovative products including sealing solutions, custom injection molding, assembly, and post-molding secondary services. Viking Plastics’ multiple facilities house more than 100 global molding machines, with capabilities spanning the range from 50- to 720-ton injection molding, as well as capabilities including 2 shot, insert molding, and automated assembly cells. Viking Plastics is IATF 16949:2016, ISO 14002:2015 and ISO 9001:2015 certified.
Viking Plastics has established a culture of lean manufacturing and continuous improvement, holding daily drumbeat meetings that help every employee think like a process engineer.
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