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Honda Honors DURA Automotive With Supplier Performance Award

20 May 2002

DURA Automotive Systems has received the Honda Delivery Performance Award for its supply of jacks to the Honda Accord and Acura sedans. The award was received during the 2002 Honda Supplier Conference for 100 percent on-time delivery from April 2001 through January 2002.

""We are proud to receive this recognition from an exceptional customer like Honda,"" said Milt Kniss, president, Control Systems Division, DURA Automotive Systems. ""Our teams continue to pursue initiatives and processes to achieve the highest levels of customer satisfaction across each of our businesses.""

As a part of its automotive Control Systems offerings, DURA produces a complete range of jack and tool kit stowage systems. Offerings include three basic types of jacks - scissor jacks, Y jacks, and bottle jacks - and a new cost-effective, lightweight composite stowage system that offers design options for next generation vehicles.





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