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JPB Système Wins SAFRAN Supplier Performance Award Over 10 Years in a row

French Manufacturer recognised amongst SAFRAN’s best suppliers in 2020 for excellent performances in Quality and On-Time Delivery

JPB Système, the leading manufacturer of efficiency-enhancing technology solutions for aerospace, aeronautic and other industries, has announced that it has received the SAFRAN Supplier Performance Award for 2020 – marking more than ten successive years in which the company has won the coveted accolade.

The award recognizes the best suppliers of SAFRAN – the world’s second largest aircraft equipment manufacturer – and highlights the respective partners that excel in terms of quality and supply chain performances in each calendar year.

SAFRAN Aircraft Engine issues the award by measuring the number of quality complaints and defective parts per million delivered (PPM), as well as evaluating the supply chain by measuring the percentage of parts delivered on time.

SAFRAN has been a long-time customer of JPB Système’s borescope plug solution, which completely replace safety cables or lockwires, increasing efficiency and drastically reducing downtime, human error and overall risks during engine assembly and repair operations.

JPB Système recorded zero quality complaints and manufactured no defective parts during the relevant period, delivering high-standard products 100% on-time for every order placed.

Damien Marc, CEO of JPB Système, stated: “We are delighted to win the SAFRAN Supplier Award for a milestone 10th year in a row, especially with the challenges inflicted upon the industry by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Our efforts in capacity and process management have allowed us to maintain our usual high-standards during a difficult period and the award is a great demonstration of customer satisfaction – which is at the heart of everything that JPB Système does,” he concluded.

JPB Système, which celebrated its 25th year in business in 2020, recently announced the construction of a new state-of-the art facility after receiving funding from the French government’s Ministry for Economy.



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