Cadence Innovation was honored by General Motors for overall excellence in supporting GM’s product efforts during ceremonies Thursday, Jan. 11, at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mich.
“GM strives to build the best cars and trucks in the world, and the leadership and employees of Cadence Innovation represent what it takes to make GM’s products successful,” said Bo Andersson, GM Vice President, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain. “We honor these companies at the North American International Auto Show to remind the industry and the public of the critical role our suppliers play in developing GM vehicles globally.”
“Our design & engineering capabilities combined with our track record of flawless launches, clearly gives General Motors the confidence that we can deliver the kind of world-class product that they demand. We look forward to making our contribution and appreciate the role we play in assisting GM achieve these new quality and reliability benchmarks,” said Jerry L. Mosingo, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are honored by the recognition from General Motors. Our commitment is to continue to earn their confidence by providing state-of-the-art products on time and to exceed their expectations in everything we do for them,” said Mosingo.
This is the sixth year GM has honored suppliers at the North American International Auto Show. The supplier awards recognize a supplier’s performance in quality, cost and delivery, as well as contributions to production and concept vehicles GM unveils at the NAIAS.
Cadence Innovation is a $650 million automotive supplier offering design, engineering, manufacturing, and assembly/sequencing solutions for interior and exterior components, systems and modules in four areas – instrument panels, interior trim and cockpits, painted exteriors (including modules), doors/door modules and cargo management systems. The company has over 4,200 employees at 17 facilities in the USA