Avery Dennison names winners of Global Supplier Awards

Honoring the pressure-sensitive industry suppliers

Avery Dennison announces winners of Global Supplier Awards

Avery Dennison Label and Graphic Materials honored 13 pressure-sensitive industry suppliers for the company’s annual Global Supplier Awards. No in-person ceremony was held this year in order to keep all employees and suppliers safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.

It is important to recognize suppliers from around the globe whose extraordinary service to our business exceeded expectations in each of the metrics we use to measure supplier success,” said Robyn Buma, vice president, North America & Global Procurement. “While we are disappointed we could not honor them in person this year, we want to ensure each supplier is awarded for their commitment to our business.”

Winners of the Avery Dennison Global Suppliers Awards

The Avery Dennison Supplier Distinction Award Program considers four areas of excellence required to maintain a competitive advantage in an increasingly demanding industry; Sustainability, Quality, Service, and Strategic Growth. To be considered eligible for recognition, a supplier must have met key metrics in each of the four areas.

The winners of Avery Dennison supplier distinction award are, Delfort Group, Mitsubishi Polyester Film, Foshan New Changsheng Plastics Film of the Amcor Group, Mondi Release Liners, Inteplast Group, Papierfabrik August Koehler Group, Kraton Corporation, Roehm America and LG Chem.

The Avery Dennison Special Recognition honors are awarded to suppliers that have performed in an exceptional way, other than the Supplier Distinction qualifications, to meet or exceed the needs of our business and our customers. The Avery Dennison Special Recognition 2019 recipients include HSF Films, Moorim Paper, Shanghai NAR Industrial, and Siliconature SPA. “We want to congratulate all of the 2019 winners. Thank you for your commitment to our industry and our business,” concludes Buma.

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