AT&S Receives Quality Excellence Award from vivo


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AT&S has received the Best Quality Award from vivo, one of the leading smartphone makers in China. The award goes to the company that has performed particularly well in manufacturing and supplying products and services over the year of 2017—especially in terms of quality and reliability. AT&S is one of 51 winners being recognized among up to 2,000 vendors in the whole vivo’s supply chain.

According to Andreas Wippel, AT&S Division Mobile Applications CSO, AT&S has started business cooperation with vivo since 2014. “At AT&S, we strive for setting the highest quality standards in the industry. The company has consistently demonstrated excellence in innovation, quality and delivery, addressing our customer’s rapidly evolving business needs.”

Chen-Jiang Phua, AT&S BU Mobile Devices and IC Substrates CEO, states: “We are very proud of our long-lasting and strategic partnership with one of the largest smart phone makers in China. I received, on behalf of the AT&S BU MS, the Quality Award from vivo CEO last year, and it is once again affirmed our outstanding position as a reliable partner by winning this important Quality Award. ”

AT&S drives innovation for high-end connectivity solutions. Key applications are mobile devices, automotive, industrial, medical and advanced packaging. Furthermore, AT&S is a key global supplier for IC substrates for semiconductors industry.

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