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Apollo Video wins New Flyer Gold Award

Posted on May 16, 2012

Apollo Video Technology was recognized with the Gold award from New Flyer Industries Canada ULC for delivery performance in the 2011 calendar year. Apollo Video was honored for a performance level of 99% and recognized for delivering value-based quality products on time to New Flyer production facilities.

Apollo Video provides New Flyer with the mobile video surveillance systems for its buses built for Apollo Video and New Flyer’s mutual transit customers. Apollo Video’s RoadRunner DVR system provides on-board cameras for monitoring video and audio surveillance inside and around transit buses, rail cars and other vehicles.

With partners like Apollo Video, New Flyer has eliminated its warehouses and now delivers all incoming parts direct to the point of use on the production line. Apollo Video received the Silver award for its delivery performance rate in the 2009 calendar year.

The Supplier Delivery Performance Awards are presented to suppliers with significant shipment volumes and an overall on-time performance level of 95% or higher.

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