TTM Technologies Earns Recognition as ‘2020 EXFO World-Class Supplier’


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TTM Technologies, Inc. has been recognized by EXFO as a “2020 EXFO World-Class Supplier”. TTM earned this award in recognition of its 2020 business performance excellence as measured against a broad array of performance categories in EXFO’s Supplier scorecard.

“TTM is proud to be recognized by EXFO with this award. We are committed to focusing on our customers’ needs and expectations and then executing to exceed them,” said Kent Hardwick, TTM’s Senior Vice President of Global Sales and EMS. “EXFO is a valued customer and we look forward to growing our relationship with them through deeper strategic engagement in support of their ongoing growth objectives.”

The "2020 EXFO World-Class Supplier" award was given to selected suppliers who demonstrated business excellence as measured across a variety of performance categories, including on-time delivery, quality, lead time, social responsibility, continuity / sustainability, communications, and commitment.

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