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AT&T Names Supplier Sustainability & Diversity Award Winners
AT&T recently recognized suppliers that helped advance the goals and reputation of AT&T supply chain during the past year with the 2016 Supplier Sustainability and Diversity Awards.
First, Dallas, TX-based AT&T honored 48 companies for their commitment to and support of minority-, woman- and disabled veteran-owned companies in its supply chain.
“Supplier diversity is a top priority at AT&T. We’re proud to work with companies that take it as seriously as we do,” says Susan A. Johnson, senior vice president, global supply chain, AT&T.
Abbco Service Corporation, Ansco and Associates, LLC, Capgemini America, Inc., Communications Test Design, Inc., Dieste, Inc., FedEx Supply Chain, The Marketing Arm, Raycap, Inc. and Rodgers Townsend received the 2016 AT&T Diversity Excellence Award.
They met or exceeded 21.5 percent utilization of diverse companies in the products/services provided to AT&T. They also sought diversity companies, maintained membership in national and regional diversity business organizations, and participated in trade fairs and expos.
For meeting or exceeding 21.5 percent utilization of diverse companies in the products and services provided to AT&T, the following companies received the 2016 Supplier Diversity Crystal Award: ABM, Business & Industry Group, Advanced Communications Group, AFL, Afni, Inc., Altec, Inc., Anixter, Avaya, The Beck Group, Blackberry Corporation, Ciena Communications, Cisco Systems, Inc., CommScope, Inc., Corning Optical Communications LLC, Dell Technologies Inc., Duffey Southeast, Inc., Ericsson North America, Fujitsu Network Communications, GE Engineered Solutions, Gilbane Building Company, Grainger, IHC Construction Companies, LLC, Juniper Networks, Inc., LG Electronics Mobilecomm USA, Inc., Nabholz Construction Corporation, NetScout Systems Inc., Nokia, Northcentral Telcom, Oracle, Pristine Environments LLC, RCS Systems, Inc., Samsung Electronics America, Securitas Security Services USA, Inc., Skyler Electric Company, Inc., Sykes Enterprises, Inc., Teleperformance, West Revenue Generation Solutions, WEX, Inc., Xerox Corporation and ZTE (USA), Inc.
AT&T also awarded four companies for their sustainability excellence. EPE Industries USA was awarded for innovative packaging, HOBI International was honored in the reverse logistics and circular economy category, MasTec Network Solutions got the nod for process improvement and PerfectVision Manufacturing was recognized for resource improvement.
“Sustainability is vital to AT&T’s success. It’s an area where we can make a positive impact for the next generation,” adds Johnson.
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