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Johnson Controls Named A 2012 ‘Corporation Of The Year’ By Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council

Company is honored for its outstanding record of supporting diverse suppliers.


MILWAUKEE – The Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council (MMSDC) has recognized Johnson Controls as a 2012 "Corporation of the Year" for its achievements in developing and working with diverse supplier companies.
Johnson Controls was honored for its excellence and commitment to minority business enterprises, and its significant contributions to partnerships with minority businesses in all procurement processes. This year marks the 13th time in the past 17 years in which Johnson Controls gained this award from the MMSDC.
"Diversity is a very important part of the corporate mission and values of Johnson Controls," said Chuck Harvey, vice president, diversity and public affairs. "Being honored by the MMSDC means that we are living our values every day, while also bringing great benefits to the local community."
Also at the event, the MMSDC recognized Reginald Layton, executive director of supplier diversity and business development at Johnson Controls, with its President’s Award for his outstanding efforts to enhance the life of minority suppliers in the community.


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