Lear Corporation was at the top of the list, the sole winner for the Quality First category, recognised by Stellantis for “its achievements and commitment to industrial development and production”.

Chief Purchasing and Supply Chain Officer Maxime Picat said: “Congratulations to all 12 winners for their exceptional contribution to Stellantis. They are the proof that whatever the environment, great teams can make the difference.

“Being able to properly plan and execute in that context is a real competitive advantage, creating value for all stakeholders. Both Stellantis’ ambition and the current environment will lead us to strengthen our partnerships and to find new solutions, new business models and new opportunities together with our business partners.” 

The other winners of the Stellantis Supplier Awards were:

  • Yazaki and Honeywell (Competitiveness)
  • Flex-N-Gate and Sumitomo (Electric  Program Management)
  • Argus (Aftermarket Performance)
  • Röchling Automotive (Innovation)
  • SBM Management (Indirect Material Services)
  • Aptiv (Corporate Social Responsibility)
  • Geico Taikisha (Indirect Capex)

Valeo and Wallenius Wilhelmsen (Supply Chain).