General Motors Recognizes NTN Driveshaft For Third Consecutive Year

GM Recognizes NTN Driveshaft For 3rd Consecutive Year

Established in 1989, NTN Driveshaft Inc. is a 120-acre campus located in Columbus, Indiana.

NTN announced that its manufacturing facility, NTN Driveshaft Inc. (NDI), has received General Motors’ Supplier Quality Excellence Award for the 2020 calendar year.

This marks the third consecutive year that NDI has been presented with the illustrious honor, a feat managed by fewer than 3% of GM’s suppliers.

In order to qualify for the award, suppliers must meet or exceed a stringent set of quality-performance criteria and achieve the cross-functional support of the entire GM organization.

GM NTN Driveshaft Award

“I speak for everyone at NTN when I say it is an honor to once again be recognized by GM for the quality of our parts,” said Jim Riggs, president and CEO of NTN Driveshaft Inc. “Continuously striving to provide the highest quality is what drives our business day in and day out. Receiving this honor from GM for the third time in as many years is a proud moment for the entire organization and would not be possible without the diligent efforts of our employees.”

Established in 1989, NTN Driveshaft Inc. is a 120-acre campus located in Columbus, Indiana, that contains more than 1.2 million square feet of manufacturing space, making it one of the largest constant-velocity-joint manufacturing facilities in the world. NDI has a diverse workforce of 1,650 employees and is a supporter of a number of youth initiatives, making it a staple in the Columbus community.

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