Issue: May 2013


Maxion Wheels Receives Awards from Fiat and Fiat/Chrysler



by Alan Tran

Maxion Wheels ("Maxion" or the "Company") announced today that its facility in Limeira, Brazil, was one of seven companies to be awarded the Fiat Qualitas Award in the Metallic Materials and Powertrain category. In addition, Maxion Wheels was one of two companies given Special Recognition for Performance in Meeting Fiat/Chrysler's Production Plan.

"We are honored to have been one of only seven companies to be given this award by our valued customer Fiat," said Don Polk, President, Americas. "We are proud of our Limeira facility, and all of our facilities around the world, who work hard every day to deliver world-class products to Fiat and all of our global customers."

Valter Sales, Maxion Wheels' director of sales and marketing, emphasized the importance of this recognition for Maxion Wheels. "Fiat appreciates and acknowledges the work done by Maxion Wheels professionals on a daily basis," Sales said. "The award represents Fiat's respect for suppliers who combine technology, quality and services in a competitive manner. Fiat's recognition inspires our legacy of excellence in everything we do."

About Maxion Wheels

Maxion Wheels is a leading worldwide producer of aluminum and steel wheels for passenger cars and light trucks and of steel wheels for commercial trucks and trailers. The Company has global operations with 25 facilities, including business, sales offices and manufacturing facilities, located in 15 countries around the world. The Company sells products to every major North American, Asian and European manufacturer of passenger cars and light trucks and to commercial highway vehicle customers throughout the world.

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