NTN receives Special Recognition Award – Pursuit of Excellence from Subaru of Indiana Automotive

NTN Bearing Corporation of America is proud to be awarded the Special Recognition Award – Pursuit of Excellence from Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA). Out of SIA’s nearly 260 suppliers, NTN was one of just 22 to be recognized for exceptional performance over the last year.

“We at NTN are honored to receive this special recognition from SIA,” said Pete Eich, President and CEO, NTN Bearing Corporation of America. “At NTN, the pursuit of excellence in all aspects of business is one of the pillars that drives our business day in, day out and receiving this honor from SIA is validation of our continued efforts.”

The SIA Special Recognition Award – Pursuit of Excellence is bestowed upon suppliers who have been identified by SIA management as having gone above and beyond in their effort to provide parts in a safe and timely manner. SIA grades its suppliers using a scoring system that measures safety, quality, cost and delivery. Using this scoring system, NTN was identified as having made the biggest year-over-year improvements with special attention called to our scores in safety and delivery.

About NTN
Founded in 1918, NTN is one of the world’s largest producers of premium quality ball and roller bearings, long recognized for the most stringent quality standards in the industry. With plants around the globe and a strong domestic manufacturing network, over 80% of the products sold by NTN in North America are made by one of the ten plants the company operates in the USA and Canada.  NTN USA Corporation serves as the headquarters and holding company of NTN’s entities across the Americas, including its subsidiary companies for manufacturing and sales. For more information, visit ntnamericas.com.


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