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BorgWarner Receives 2015 GM Supplier IMPACT Award

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Brad Snyder, enterprise commodity manager, BorgWarner (middle left), accepted a 2015 GM Supplier IMPACT Award from David Drouillard, GM executive director of global purchasing and supply chain (left); Michelle Sourie-Robinson, president and CEO of Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council (middle right) and Pollyette Lenear, GM Supplier Diversity program manager (right).

Brad Snyder, enterprise commodity manager, BorgWarner (middle left), accepted a 2015 GM Supplier IMPACT Award from David Drouillard, GM executive director of global purchasing and supply chain (left); Michelle Sourie-Robinson, president and CEO of Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council (middle right) and Pollyette Lenear, GM Supplier Diversity program manager (right).

BorgWarner has received a 2015 GM Supplier IMPACT Award for demonstrating top performance in the “Diversity Spend Percentage to Goal” category and excelling in the “Significantly Improved” category. Held prior to the Michigan Minority Procurement Conference in Detroit, GM’s annual Supplier IMPACT meeting highlighted strategic Tier 1 suppliers that have made a strong impact on the company’s supply chain with certified, diverse suppliers. BorgWarner ranked as one of GM’s top 20 Tier 1 suppliers for 2014.

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“A diverse supply chain adds value to BorgWarner’s long-term growth by providing flexible, innovative and competitive solutions,” said James Verrier, president and CEO, BorgWarner. “Our supplier strategy reflects the diversity existing in the markets we serve and supports our goal to be the strategic partner of choice for our customers. We are very proud of our efforts to work with minority, women and veteran-owned businesses, and [are] pleased to receive this recognition from GM.”

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