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Camso Wins Awards From Toyota

Posted on July 10, 2019

Toyota's material handling business units have recognized Camso Inc. with a pair of awards: the Core Values Award and the Global Contribution Award.

The Core Values Award, given by Toyota Material Handling North America Inc., is among the equipment maker's most important awards. It's given to suppliers "who are recognized as living Toyota’s values and who act as industry role models through their actions and results." There are five categories (Respect for People, Customer Focused, Embrace and Drive Change, Teamwork and Family Spirit, and Professional Excellence), Camso won the Respect for People award.

“It is with much pride that our team accepted this Core Values Award,” says Gregory Lewandowski, Camso's OEM sales director for material handling in North America. “This recognition is proof that our values of Empowerment, Integrity, Teamwork, and Commitment resonate with our customers and are clearly visible and beneficial when interacting with us.”

Toyota recognizes its partners that treat their associates as their most valued asset.

For the second year in a row Camso received the Global Contribution Award from Toyota Industries Corp. It recognizes companies who meet Toyota’s requirements in providing premium performance products and outstanding service.

“For our team, this award represents the recognition of an increasingly strong partnership with Toyota Industries Corporation, and the important level of mutual trust between our organizations,” says Emmanuel Marchat, representative director in Japan at Camso.

Related Topics: Camso, material handling tires, supplier award, Toyota

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