PHOENIX, Ariz. – July 10, 2014 – ON Semiconductor Corporation (Nasdaq: ONNN) has been recognized as an honouree in the 2013 Total Cost of Ownership (TCOOTM) Supplier Award program from Celestica, a global leader in the delivery of end-to-end product lifecycle solutions. Celestica’s awards program recognizes suppliers that support Celestica’s TCOO strategy and demonstrate excellence in quality, delivery, technology, service, pricing and flexibility.
“ON Semiconductor is proud to be recognized by Celestica,” said Jeff Thomson, vice president of Global Channel Sales at ON Semiconductor. “This honor, from one of our highly influential manufacturing customers, reinforces the success of our business strategy – which is to better service the electronics marketplace with a broad portfolio of innovative, energy efficient semiconductor products that possess industry-leading levels of performance and technical reliability. Additionally, the support we receive from Celestica in turn enables us to maximize the effectiveness of our own global supply chain to better support our customers’ operational and engineering needs.”
This marks the eighth year of Celestica’s TCOO Supplier Awards program, which evaluates and recognizes the top performers in Celestica’s global network of over 3,000 suppliers. Celestica’s TCOO system is focused on evaluating supplier performance by measuring the total cost to produce, deliver and support products and services beyond the supplier invoice price. As such, it considers the following supplier attributes: quality, delivery, technology, service, pricing and flexibility.
“Celestica is pleased to recognize ON Semiconductor as an honouree with the Technical Compliance Award for 2013, which marks the eighth consecutive year we have honoured the company with a TCOO award,” said Paul Blom, Chief Procurement Officer, Celestica. “I sincerely thank ON Semiconductor for their ongoing technical support, serviceability and quality, and for supporting Celestica’s supply chain strategy to drive speed, flexibility and responsiveness through the supply chain.”