Gates Corporation Awarded Prestigious Quality Award From NAPA

Gates Corporation Awarded Prestigious Quality Award From NAPA

The award recognizes Gates for its consistent product quality offering to NAPA and its customers.

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From left, Byron Frantz (vice president wholesale product management at NAPA); Dave Carroll (president, Americas at Gates); Jack Ramsey (senior vice president at Gates, automotive aftermarket); Scott Howat (director of sales & marketing at Gates); Mike Gordon (general manager at Gates); Scott LaProhon (executive VP merchandising/product strategy at NAPA).

DENVER, Colo. – Gates Corp., a global diversified manufacturer of industrial, automotive and heavy-duty aftermarket products, was presented with the NAPA AUTO PARTS “Excellence in Quality” award at the recent 2016 NAPA Supplier Summit in Atlanta, Ga. The award recognizes Gates for its consistent product quality offering to NAPA and its customers.

The Quality Award reflected votes from NAPA’s Management. In presenting the award, NAPA noted the consistent product quality of Gates belt and hose categories, which provide market leading OE fit, form and function to millions of vehicles, both light and heavy-duty, on the road today. Of particular note, NAPA stated that even with Gates already high quality standards, the manufacturer still strives for continual quality improvement in order to offer NAPA customers the best in the market.

“It is an honor to receive this award from such a long-standing and valuable customer,” said Jack Ramsey, Gates senior vice president, automotive aftermarket. “As NAPA’s primary belts and hose supplier since 1958, Gates has always strived to offer the highest quality products and we appreciate the opportunity to continue to do so for years to come.”

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