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ADS member MSP wins 'Supplier of the Year' award

Posted 29 November 2016 · Add Comment

ADS member MSP has been awarded the 'Supplier of the Year' award at Pattonair's annual Supplier Conference.



Above:
Kevin Keegan, Neil Matthews (MSP), Keith Gardner (MSP), Wayne Hollinshead and Andrew Jones (Pattonair).


The prestigious award was made by ex England footballer and manager Kevin Keegan at Pride Park in Burton on Trent.

As leading global aerospace and defence supply chain service provider, Pattonair has over 2,500 suppliers globally and made the award based on a number of factors including delivery and quality performance as well as supplier engagement, responsiveness and value.

AS9100 and NADCAP accredited MSP manufacture safety and mission critical springs and presswork for a wide range of applications in aerospace, defence, nuclear and oil & gas and is owned by Swedish conglomerate Indutrade.

Keith Gardner, MSP’s MD said: "We have won a number of awards, some of them from Pattonair, but this one is special since it singles MSP out. I will be celebrating with the whole team at MSP as I know that we all put 100% into supporting our customers and I am proud to pick up the award on behalf of every single member of our team."


 

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