August 10, 2011

Kustom Seating named Siemens' 'Supplier of the Year'



Kustom Seating Unlimited Inc. (KSU) was named the "2011 Supplier of the Year" by Siemens Mobility Division, Rolling Stock.

Siemens Mobility announced the award winner during a banquet held in July in Sacramento, Calif. KSU also was acknowledged with a second award, "In Recognition of Outstanding Performance in Competitiveness in Mechanical Components as a Supplier and Partner."

KSU has been a business partner of Siemens since 2005. Siemens Mobility Division is globally recognized as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of passenger railcars.

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