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DALLAS -- Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) today announced it has been awarded a third-year Partners in Performance award by Celestica, a world leader in electronics manufacturing services (EMS). The awards are given annually to Celestica's suppliers, in recognition of their excellence in customer service and their support of Celestica's global supply chain.

Texas Instruments is proud to be recognized by Celestica," said Steve Kelley, vice president of the standard linear and logic business unit for Texas Instruments. "At TI, we are always striving to provide our customers the resources they need to be the best in the market, whether that be through innovative analog products, applications expertise, technical support or flexible supply-chain programs."

The 2005 Partners in Performance winners demonstrated a level of responsiveness, flexibility and service that contributed to the success of Celestica's business and positively impacted its customers.

"In today's competitive business environment, the agility of our global supply chain is key to our success," said John Boucher, Chief Supply Chain and Procurement Officer, Celestica. "As a three-year Partners in Performance award recipient, Texas Instruments' commitment to flexibility and responsiveness helped support Celestica's success."

Martes, 24 Octubre, 2006 - 03:43
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