Ford recognizes Dayco Mexico facility among ChEP 100 Best Managed Companies for 2020

Dayco earned this prestigious honor from the Ford Chihuahua Engine Plant (ChEP) for always complying with perfect quality and supplying top-quality parts to Ford with zero defects.

Delivering technological innovations and premium quality products is something that Dayco believes at its core for over 115 years. Recently, Dayco’s San Luis Potosi (SLP), Mexico facility, was selected by Ford as one of its “ChEP 100 Best Managed Companies with Outstanding Quality Performance” for the year 2020. 

Dayco, a leading engine product, and drive systems manufacturer for the automotive, heavy-duty, and industrial market segments, earned this prestigious honor from the Ford Chihuahua Engine Plant (ChEP) for always complying with perfect quality and supplying top-quality parts to Ford with zero defects.

Dayco focuses on delivering high customer satisfaction through its superior quality products and consistent delivery standards and methodologies throughout all of the areas of its operation. This positions Dayco as a preferred technology partner by the world’s industry leaders, to design and deliver premium propulsion products around the world.

“This recognition is a testimony of the hard work and excellent results the Dayco team has achieved. With a global commitment to deliver world-class premium quality performance, we have state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities across the globe with a team of professionals who act like owners even in challenging situations, delivering outstanding quality results with manufacturing site assistance that customers look for,” said Michael Weiss, President Global Hybrid Solutions at Dayco.

“We are very proud of Ford’s everlasting trust in us. We appreciate this honor and continue to serve as a perfect quality partner going further always, enabling Ford to deliver best in class vehicles to its customers,” Weiss added.


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