Navistar Recognizes Elgin Industries As A Diamond Supplier

Navistar Recognizes Elgin Industries As A Diamond Supplier

Elgin Industries has received the Navistar Diamond Supplier Award in recognition of the Elgin-based manufacturer’s excellence in product quality, delivery, technology and other performance categories.

Navistar Diamond Supplier
Elgin Industries President William Skok, second from right, receives the Navistar Diamond Supplier Award during a recent ceremony. Elgin has won the award, Navistar’s top honor for suppliers, twice since 2010.

ELGIN, Ill. ­– Elgin Industries has received the Navistar Diamond Supplier Award in recognition of the Elgin-based manufacturer’s excellence in product quality, delivery, technology and other performance categories.

Elgin is a two-time recipient of the annual award, which represents the top 2 percent of Navistar’s supplier network. Diamond Supplier Awards were presented to just 34 companies this year.

Elgin Industries is a leading global manufacturer of internal engine parts and chassis components. The company operates a fully integrated engineering, manufacturing and distribution complex in Elgin, Ill.

“We are very proud to contribute U.S.A.-designed and manufactured parts for use in Navistar engines,” said Elgin President William Skok. “Our longtime partnership is built around a shared commitment to world-class quality, performance and customer support. This award places us in truly elite company.”

The Diamond Suppler Award is the third major OE supplier award received by Elgin in just the past several weeks. The company also earned Deere & Company’s highest supplier rating, Partner-level Supplier, for 2016 and was inducted into the Supplier Hall of Fame in the John Deere Achieving Excellence Program.

To learn more about Elgin, please call (800) 323-6764, email [email protected] and visit www.elginind.com.

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