Rockwell Automation Achieves Kodak Supplier Quality Process Certification
Company recognized for achieving quality, cost, delivery standards MILWAUKEE, June 16, 2003 In recognition of its ability to continually exceed Eastman Kodak Companys supplier expectations for quality, Rockwell Automation was recently presented with Kodaks Supplier Quality Process (SQP) certification.As a supplier to Kodak, the SQP award recognizes Rockwell Automation for demonstrating and providing year-over-year productivity improvements; world-class product/service quality levels; delivery and lead time performance that provides Kodak with assurance and flexibility; and evidence of a sound and effective quality system. Rockwell Automation is committed to enhancing its customer successes worldwide with products, services and responsiveness that set industry standards for quality and value, said Keith Nosbusch, president, Control Systems, Rockwell Automation. We relentlessly strive to be the best in every aspect of our business. Kodaks challenge, through SQP certification, is to continually review and enhance our own world-class standards in quality, cost and delivery of products and services to our customers. The SQP certification, Kodaks Q1 award for supplier quality, is a measure of the long-term value of Eastman Kodak Companys manufacturing partnerships with its non-capital and capital suppliers. Through the Supplier Quality Process, Rockwell Automation and other Kodak suppliers are held to stringent criteria for providing and documenting improved cost productivity, on-time performance, and product reliability. Rockwell Automation has received numerous Q1 awards from Kodak since the 1990s.About Eastman Kodak Company and Infoimaging Kodak is the leader in helping people take, share, enhance, preserve, print and enjoy pictures for memories, for information, for entertainment. The company is a major participant in "infoimaging" a $385-billion industry composed of devices (digital cameras, printer docks and PDAs), infrastructure (online networks and delivery systems for images) and services and media (EasyShare software, Kodak film and paper enabling people to access, analyze and print images). Kodak harnesses its technology, market reach and a host of industry partnerships to provide innovative products and services for customers who need the information-rich content that images contain. The company, with sales in 2002 of $12.8 billion, is organized into four major businesses: Photography, providing consumers, professionals and cinematographers with digital and traditional products and services; Commercial Imaging, offering image capture, output and storage products and services to businesses and government; Components, delivering flat-panel displays, optics and sensors to original equipment manufacturers; and Health, supplying the healthcare industry with traditional and digital image capture and output products and services.About Rockwell AutomationRockwell Automation (NYSE: ROK) is a world-leading provider of industrial automation power, control and information solutions that help customers meet their manufacturing productivity objectives. The company brings together leading brands in industrial automation for Complete Automation® solutions, including Allen-Bradley® controls and engineered services and Rockwell Software® factory management software, Dodge® mechanical power transmission products, and Reliance Electric® motors and drives. The company also is a leading provider of contact management technologies and applications that help companies more efficiently manage interaction with their own customers. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wis., USA, the company employs about 22,000 people serving customers in more than 80 countries.Please visit www.rockwellautomation.com.
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