SAF-HOLLAND achieved the award through a combination, warranty support, and continuous improvement to PACCAR. As part of the award, the Canadian SAF-HOLLAND facility has been recognized as one of the 370 suppliers in 26 countries achieving this high level of quality performance. “Congratulations to the Canadian staff on their quality focus, effective production system management, and attention to detail that led to this award,” said Kent Jones, President – Americas, SAF-HOLLAND. “It is a privilege to be a component supplier to PACCAR and to be recognized for our diligence is extremely rewarding.” Keith Belevender, SAF-HOLLAND vice president of HSEQ – Americas, added, “Earning the PACCAR 10 PPM Quality Award for the 4th year in a row is a testament to our team’s focus and dedication on customer support and performance.” The list of PACCAR’s 2019 10 PPM Quality Award winners worldwide can be found at www.paccar.com.
About SAF-HOLLAND Group
SAF-HOLLAND Group is one of the largest independent listed suppliers to the heavy duty commercial vehicle market with sales of approximately EUR 1,284 million in 2019. The Company manufactures and supplies chassis-related systems and components primarily for trailers, trucks, buses, and recreational vehicles. The product range comprises axle and suspension systems, fifth wheels, kingpins, and landing gear marketed under the brands SAF, Holland, Neway, KLL, V.Orlandi, and York. SAF-HOLLAND sells its products to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) on six continents. The Group’s Aftermarket business supplies spare parts to the service networks of Original Equipment Suppliers (OES), as well as to end customers and service centers through its extensive global distribution network. SAF-HOLLAND is one of the few suppliers in the truck and trailer industry that is internationally positioned in almost all markets worldwide. With the innovation campaign “SMART STEEL – ENGINEER BUILD CONNECT” SAF-HOLLAND combines mechanics with sensors and electronics to drive the digital networking of commercial vehicles and logistics chains. More than 4,000 committed employees worldwide are already today working on the future of the transportation industry.