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Apollo Video recognized for delivery performance

Posted on July 8, 2014

Apollo Video Technology (Apollo Video) has been recognized with the Gold award from New Flyer Industries for delivery performance in the 2013 calendar year. The award marks the fourth performance award Apollo Video has received from New Flyer and the third consecutive “gold” rating.

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The Supplier Delivery Performance Award honors suppliers that have provided New Flyer with more than 50 deliveries over a 12-month period with an on-time performance at the New Flyer established standard of three days early and one day late to dock date. Apollo Video achieved 99% on-time delivery.

New Flyer, manufacturer of heavy-duty transit vehicles in the U.S. and Canada, has three facilities, which are all ISO 9001-, ISO 14001- and OHSAS 18001-certified.

Apollo Video provides New Flyer with the mobile video surveillance systems for its buses built for their mutual transit customers. Through partnerships with suppliers such as Apollo Video, New Flyer has eliminated its warehouses in recent years and now delivers incoming parts direct to the point-of-use on the production line. Apollo Video’s performance has helped New Flyer maintain its in-station parts availability of greater than 99% for all three production locations.



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