AutoZone Names Neotek Vendor Of The Year

AutoZone Names Neotek Vendor Of The Year

AutoZone also recognized a special group of suppliers with the company’s prestigious Extra Miler Award. Extra Miler winners were Ali Industries, ITW Global Automotive, Johnson Controls, Motorcar Parts of America, Nickson Industries, Old World Industries, Premier Accessory Group, Spectra Premium Industries and Winplus.

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — AutoZone recently recognized Neotek Corp. as its Vendor of the Year during the company’s annual AutoZone Vendor Summit held in Memphis, Tennessee.

“Neotek exemplifies an industry-leading vendor that delivers innovative products, packaging and supply chain execution,” said Bill Rhodes, chairman, president and CEO of AutoZone.

AutoZone also recognized a special group of suppliers with the company’s prestigious Extra Miler Award.

“The Extra Miler Award recognizes those suppliers who have set a high standard for consistently working together with AutoZone to grow the business and strengthen customer loyalty,” said Mark Finestone, senior vice president of merchandising and store development. Extra Miler winners were Ali Industries, ITW Global Automotive, Johnson Controls, Motorcar Parts of America, Nickson Industries, Old World Industries, Premier Accessory Group, Spectra Premium Industries and Winplus.

In addition, the What It Takes To Do The Job Right (WITTDTJR) Awards were given to suppliers as recognition for taking the initiative to make sureAutoZoners and customers have what it takes to complete the job. WITTDTJR award winners were AVM Industries, Bell Automotive Products, Bosch Brake Components, Delphi Automotive, ETE Reman and Valvoline.

More than 500 vendors attended this year’s Summit to review AutoZone’s strategies, receive training and attend recognition activities.

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