Edwards Receives Supplier Excellence Award
Lam Research's annual awards program recognises performance of UK vacuum company
Edwards Vacuum has been recognised with a 2017 Supplier Excellence Award from Lam Research, a supplier of wafer fabrication equipment and services. The awards, presented annually, acknowledge outstanding performance, strategic services, and critical collaboration.
"We are very proud to be receiving the Lam Research Supplier Excellence Award again this year and are excited to continue our strong partnership with Lam Research into the future. This award celebrates the benefits of collaboration and technological innovation on behalf of both companies," said Scott Balaguer, vice president "“ BLM North America Semiconductor Division, Edwards Vacuum.
The Lam Research Supplier Excellence Awards were announced on September 12 at the company's 2017 Supplier Day event, during which Lam Research focuses on enhancing collaboration and renewing opportunities for mutual success with its customers and suppliers. Executives from suppliers around the world attended the event, and Edwards Vacuum was among the companies seven honored for its achievements.
"In the dynamic semiconductor equipment industry, high-quality suppliers are a competitive differentiator for Lam Research," said Tim Archer, chief operating officer of Lam Research. "Edwards Vacuum plays a critical role in our ability to deliver industry-leading products and services to our customers, and we applaud their outstanding performance. We are pleased to present Edwards Vacuum with a Lam Research Supplier Excellence Award for 2017 and look forward to continuing this successful, strategic relationship."
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