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UTAC receives a top supplier award from Analog Devices

UTAC Holdings Ltd, a semiconductor test and assembly services provider, announced that the company received one of the top supplier awards from Analog Devices, Inc (ADI).

Global semiconductor test and assembly services provider recognised for outstanding support for ADI/ LTC integration

Steve Lattari, VP Assembly and Test Operations, Analog Devices, presented the award to Dr John Nelson, President & Chief Executive Officer, UTAC, at the ADI 2019 Supplier Day in Boston. 

At the event, the ADI senior management recognised UTAC as one of its top suppliers for ‘Outstanding Support for ADI / LTC Integration’. Key to this award was the team’s performance, attention to detail and excellent support levels throughout the year.

Dr John Nelson, President & CEO, UTAC, said: “We are very pleased with receiving this award, which demonstrates our commitment to ADI and the constant enhancement of our processes and services. I would like to thank our biggest asset: our employees, who tirelessly provide great value to our customers. We look forward to continuing our fruitful partnership with ADI and to our mutual success in the future.” 

Steve Lattari, VP Assembly and Test Operations, Analog Devices Inc. said: “The theme of ADI’s 2019 Supplier Day was ‘Excellence Through Partnership.’  During the day, we celebrated the suppliers who best partnered with us to achieve our strategic vision and manufacturing strategies in 2018 by providing differentiating service, quality, and new product integration support. We congratulate UTAC for its award and thank it for its outstanding support.”

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