Enics Awarded With a Major Customer Recognition


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Enics was awarded with Supplier Award in Sustainability by its customer Vaisala, a global leader in weather, environmental, and industrial measurements. The awarding took place at Vaisala Supplier Day on 12 June 2019.

According to Vaisala, Enics has demonstrated corporate commitment to sustainability through values and actions, combined with consistently high performance in the area of sustainability with respect to Vaisala’s economic, social, and environmental requirements.

The Supplier Awards were given out to merit the best-performing suppliers that help Vaisala drive excellence in high-mix, low-volume business as well as correspond with Vaisala’s values and requirements. Suppliers were honored in six categories: collaboration, delivery, early supplier involvement, services, sustainability, and quality. The award recipients were selected based on their great performance in their respective categories during 2018 and the first quarter of 2019.

 “We are very proud to receive the Sustainability award from one of our key customer, Vaisala. This is the second time when Enics has received a Supplier Awards from Vaisala. It is in our mission to drive the sustainable success of our customers, and this recognition shows that we are on the right path,” said Dirk Zimanky, SVP, Market Execution.

In 2017, Enics was awarded by Vaisala with Supplier of the Year award in two categories: Sustainable Business and Technology.

About Vaisala

Vaisala is a global leader in weather, environmental and industrial measurements. Building on over 80 years of experience, Vaisala provides observations for a better world. Vaisala is a reliable partner for customers around the world, offering a comprehensive range of innovative observation and measurement products and services.

About Enics

Enics is the partner of choice for professional electronics in the fields of energy, industrial automation, transportation, building automation and instrumentation. As one of the largest electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers in the world in the Industrial Electronics segment, Enics helps industrial OEMs to optimize their value chains and improve their competitiveness through increased productivity and product reliability as well as decreased time-to-money and total cost of ownership. Enics provides end-to-end EMS services ranging from engineering, full-scale manufacturing and after sales services to sourcing and supply chain management. Enics’ world-class offering includes fast prototyping, new product introduction, cost reduction services, test system development, printed circuit board assembly, box build, system assembly, as well as repair and maintenance.

For more information, please visit www.enics.com.

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