Unigen Named Contract Manufacturer of the Year by Pure Storage


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Unigen Corporation has been named Contract Manufacturer of the Year (2021-2022) by Pure Storage. This exclusive honor is awarded each year by Pure to the Contract Manufacturer that best exemplifies the highest standards of customer fulfillment. Consideration is also given to alignment with Pure’s stringent environmental and sustainability goals with the mission to deliver the world’s most advanced data storage technology and services.

Paul W. Heng, President and CEO of Unigen, visited the UHAN (Unigen Hanoi) factory to personally accept the award and join the UHAN team in their celebration. The award was presented by Mike Fitzgerald, VP of Operations, and Dung Nguyen, Sr, Director of Supply Chain from Pure Storage.

“We are pleased to name Unigen our Contract Manufacturer of the Year,” stated Nguyen. “Careful consideration is given among all of our manufacturing partners. Unigen stands out based on their world-class services, state-of-the-art facilities and their commitment to quality and reliability.”

“It is an honor to receive such a prestigious award from a true industry pioneer such as Pure Storage,” added Paul Heng, Unigen CEO. “It has been particularly rewarding to see our 

partnership grow from the early days of the company to where we stand now, supporting Pure’s immense growth as they continue to deliver best-in-class technology and services.”

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