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REI wins New Flyer award

Posted on June 21, 2012

Radio Engineering Industries Inc. (REI) was awarded New Flyer Industries’ 2011 Supplier Delivery Performance Award-Gold Level for exceeding delivering expectations.

“Our dedication to superior service is evident by New Flyer’s award,” said Scott Hays, president of REI. “We are honored to be a valued supplier to New Flyer. Our partnership has extended over 10 years and we continue year-over-year to provide top-notch service. We extend our gratitude to New Flyer for recognizing our commitment to them.”

The New Flyer 2011 Delivery Performance Award recognizes suppliers who have provided value-based, quality products with 99% on-time delivery to New Flyer’s production facilities.

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