TCCI Manufacturing Named 2022 Supplier of the Year in Innovation by Navistar International
Decatur, Illinois [7.20.22] — TCCI Manufacturing today announced its recognition for a 2022 Supplier Excellence award of Navistar, Inc., a commercial transportation solutions provider with a vision to accelerate the impact of sustainable mobility. TCCI Manufacturing was awarded the Supplier of the Year in Innovation award, which recognizes suppliers that exceed expectations and help position the company to execute their vision and drive the commercial vehicle industry towards a more sustainable future. This marks the fifth consecutive year that TCCI has been named a top supplier.
The 2022 Navistar Supplier Excellence Awards recognize suppliers from all around the world in a variety of industries including freight and engineering services, electronics, powertrain and chassis components, and advanced safety systems. In 2022, Navistar updated its Supplier Excellence award categories to include Performance Awards, which honors suppliers for excellence in quality, delivery and cost, and Leadership Awards in five subcategories: quality, innovation, customer service, general procurement and logistics. TCCI was one of nine suppliers recognized.
“As Navistar focuses on our vision to accelerate the impact of sustainable mobility, we want to honor suppliers who value and recognize the importance of contributing to a sustainable future,” said Sajid Kunnummal, chief procurement officer, Navistar.
Headquartered in Decatur, Illinois, TCCI is a world leader in compressor technology for commercial, heavy-duty and automotive specialty markets. TCCI has been a long-time supply partner for Navistar and their affiliate company, The Traton Group which includes Scania, MAN and Volkswagen. TCCI offers the widest range of electric compressors of any supplier, and their focus on shifting the industry to a more sustainable future aligns with Navistar’s mission to accelerate the impact of sustainable mobility. Both Navistar and TCCI are preparing for a transformational journey and investing in a technology-driven strategy for eco-conscious growth.
“As a global leader in compressor technology, we are committed to innovation, value and performance. We are honored to receive Navistar’s 2022 Supplier Excellence Award for Innovation,” said TCCI President Richard Demirjian. “To us, innovation means looking beyond what is in front of us today and developing technologies, products and processes that build value for our customers. This Innovation Award acknowledges our commitment to surpass expectations and achieve excellence at every level.”
About TCCI Manufacturing
TCCI Manufacturing is a global leader in compressor technology including electric, wobble plate, swash plate, variable, rotary vane, reciprocating, air brake and bus heater designs. Our products are out there working hard every day in demanding industries—trucking, construction, agriculture, transport refrigeration, specialty vehicles and automotive—so across the globe, we’re making sure those products are up to the task. Our global footprint spans 10 locations and 650,000 sq. ft. across US, China, India, Germany, UK, Ireland, Spain, Argentina and Mexico—employing more than 650 employees worldwide. Diversity is not just who we are, but how we operate. We empower our people to be innovative, responsive and value oriented. Together we unite our different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives to become stronger leaders, engineers and thinkers—creating sustainable products that make an impact locally and globally.
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