Microchip earns Lear 2005 Hall of Fame Supplier award

July 6, 2006
Lear Corporation (www.lear.com) has selected Microchip Technology (www.microchip.com), as one of 10 global recipients of the 2005 Lear Supplier Hall of Fame award from a pool of more than 3,200 companies.

Lear Corporation has selected Microchip Technology as one of 10 global recipients of the 2005 Lear Supplier Hall of Fame award from a pool of more than 3,200 companies. The awards program recognizes suppliers that demonstrate excellence in quality, delivery, service and competitiveness.

“Microchip's commitment to lower total systems costs and its global manufacturing footprint have made it a key contributor to the success of multiple critical launches for Lear over the past 12 months,” said Lear chairman and CEO Bob Rossiter. “Lear's success with its own customers in automotive electronics is due in large part to the outstanding support we have received from Microchip.”

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