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TTM Wins Excellent Supplier Award From United Automotive Electronic SystemsApril 11, 2018 | Globe Newswire
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TTM Technologies was recognized by United Automotive Electronic Systems Co., Ltd. (UAES) for their outstanding service, quality performance and product reliability. TTM received the UAES Excellent Supplier Award at the annual UAES Supplier Day on March 16, 2018.
“TTM’s technology and innovation has provided UAES with solutions to improve PCB design, material utilization and cost management. We appreciate TTM's ability to align their technology roadmap with UAES through early and extensive engineering involvement in our new project developments,” said Chen Ye, Senior Manager at UAES. “Further, it has been easy working with TTM across all levels of our organization and we look forward to continue working closely with TTM in the future.”
“We are honored to be recognized by UAES as an excellent supplier. TTM is dedicated to providing customers with outstanding support and effective solutions,” said Jon Pereira, Senior Vice President and President of the Automotive, Medical and I&I Business Unit. “We appreciate this partnership with UAES and we look forward to continuing to serve them and meet their needs as they grow their business.”
About United Automotive Electronic Systems Co., Ltd.
United Automotive Electronic Systems Co., Ltd. (UAES), a joint venture of Zhong-Lian Automotive Electronics Co., Ltd and Robert Bosch GmbH, was established in 1995. UAES devotes itself in development, application and manufacture of gasoline engine management systems, transmission control systems, body electronics and its components, and hybrid and electric vehicle power train systems and components (Power electronic unit and E-machine). For 2016, the company sales reached 20 billion Rmb and a headcount of about 9400 by the end of the year. With headquarters based in Shanghai, UAES operates production locations in Shanghai, Wuxi, Xi’an,Wuhu and Liuzhou, and technical centers in Shanghai, Chongqing and Wuhu. With full scope of development investment, UAES technical centers can provide excellent engineering service to the OEMs not only to satisfy Chinese market requirement but also for exporting business. With strong technical background and localized R&D and production capability, UAES is providing advanced and comprehensive solutions of the powertrain technology and body electronics for Chinese automotive market. Additional information and resources can be found here.
About TTM Technologies, Inc.
TTM Technologies, Inc. is a leading global printed circuit board (“PCB”) manufacturer, focusing on quick-turn and volume production of technologically advanced PCBs, flex and rigid flex PCBs, backplane assemblies and electro-mechanical solutions. TTM stands for time-to-market, representing how TTM's time-critical, one-stop manufacturing services enable customers to shorten the time required to develop new products and bring them to market. Additional information can be found here.
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