Amphenol Invotec Wins Rolls Royce Supplier of the Year Award


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Electronics and printed circuit boards manufacturer, Amphenol Invotec has been honoured at the 2019 Rolls Royce Supplier Conference with the highly coveted ‘Supplier of the Year’ award. The conference took place on 18 July in front of an invited audience of 50 top suppliers to Rolls Royce from all over the world.

Amphenol Invotec supplies the engineering giant with complex printed circuit boards for integration into their engine control platforms.

Terry Dowling, Sales Director, received the award on behalf of Amphenol Invotec at the conference and commented: 

“We always look forward to attending the Rolls Royce Suppliers Conference and consider the event a real highlight in our calendar. To receive such a sought-after award is testament to the hard work and ongoing commitment of the Amphenol Invotec workforce, and the excellent working partnership we have built up with Rolls Royce over many years.”

Rolls Royce has established a longstanding reputation across the engineering sector for building and maintaining strong relationships with its suppliers. Companies wishing to work with Rolls Royce are expected to follow a specified Global Supplier Code of Conduct. In return, Rolls Royce aims to ensure ongoing working relationships based on mutual trust, as well as significant investment of resources into its various supply chain operations to make sure that they remain efficient and robust.

About Amphenol Invotec

Amphenol Invotec is part of the wider Amphenol Military and Aerospace Group of companies, operating from 22 divisions around the world. Companies within the Amphenol Military and Aerospace Group design and build a huge variety of optimum interconnect solutions, providing bespoke COTS (commercially available off the shelf) technology to diverse sectors around the globe.

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