C&U Americas Earns 2018 Nexteer Automotive Perfect Quality Award

– Zero defects and perfect delivery rating for July 2017 thru June 2018

Plymouth, MI… C&U Americas, LLC, the North American subsidiary of the C&U Group, one of the world’s top 10 bearing manufacturers and China’s largest bearing producer, received the 2018 Nexteer Automotive Perfect Quality Award, which is presented for setting the standard of exceptional quality performance among Nexteer’s supplier community. C&U earned the award for posting a perfect delivery rating and maintaining zero defects for all part numbers shipped from July 2017 through June 2018.

CU Americas 2018 Nexteer Award

Richard Peterson, C&U Americas Director of Engineering, accepted the award during the 2018 Nexteer Automotive Supplier Conference on September 18, 2018 at the San Marino Club in Troy, MI. Dan Carbaugh, Account Manager-C&U Americas, was also present at the ceremony.

Jason Stocker, President of C&U Americas, announced the award and noted, “Receiving the Perfect Quality Award showcases the exceptional relationship between C&U and Nexteer Automotive. At C&U Americas, we pride ourselves on excellent customer service and support, and this award is a testament to our dedication. We are very thankful to be acknowledged for our hard work.”

Nexteer Automotive is a global, tier one automotive supplier specializing in electric and hydraulic steering systems, steering columns, and driveline products for original equipment manufacturers.

C&U Americas offers a full line of bearing types and styles for use in original equipment manufacturing, aftermarket replacement, and MRO operations. The C&U portfolio includes over 30,000 types of bearings in a wide range of specifications and sizes ranging from 1.5mm ID to 4000mm OD.

As China’s largest bearing producer and one of the world’s top 10 bearing manufacturers, C&U utilizes the formidable production capabilities of its nine bearing manufacturing centers, 36 bearing plants, and 18 vertically integrated component plants to reach an annual production capacity of 1.125 billion units.