Fabrinet Receives Cisco 2021 EMS Partner of the Year Award


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Fabrinet, a leading provider of advanced optical packaging and precision optical, electro-mechanical and electronic manufacturing services (EMS) to original equipment manufacturers of complex products, announced it was the recipient of the Cisco 2021 EMS Partner of the Year. Cisco unveiled the award winners at its annual Supplier Appreciation Event (SAE). The 30th annual SAE was aired virtually for the second year in a row on Cisco TV on September 14, 2021.

This award recognizes Fabrinet for displaying well rounded performance and partnership in FY21, in the midst of a challenging operational and commercial climate. 

“The way we anticipate, navigate and respond to global events that impact our industry will determine how the world builds a more sustainable, more resilient, and more inclusive future,” said Mike Coubrough, senior vice president, Global Manufacturing and Logistics, Cisco. “Our theme this year, ‘Together Toward Tomorrow’ highlights the criticality of our extended partner and supplier network. Despite the tremendous challenges we faced this past year, we have collectively remained focused on our shared goals. Together with our valued partners, we look forward to continuing to help our customers reimagine their applications, power hybrid work, transform their infrastructure and secure their enterprise.”

At the event, Cisco celebrated the collective achievements and contributions of its most strategic supply chain partners, and recognized the suppliers and partners that executed exceptionally well across the supply chain.

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