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Allegis Global Solutions Wins Coveted ‘Supplier of the Year’ Award from General Motors

March 13, 2015 | By Business Wire News


Allegis Global Solutions has been named a 2014 Supplier of the Year by General Motors.

Left to Right 1. Kathleen Dilworth: Executive Director, GM Global Manufacturing Engineering 2. Ryan  ...

Left to Right 1. Kathleen Dilworth: Executive Director, GM Global Manufacturing Engineering 2. Ryan Mitchell: Client Services Lead – AGS GM Program 3. Joe Loeschner: Executive Director, Operations – AGS Central Region 4. David Drouillard: Executive Director, GM Global Purchasing and Supply Chain (Photo: Business Wire)

The award is given by General Motors for “going above and beyond GM’s requirements, designed to provide customers with the most innovative technologies and the industry’s best quality vehicles,” according to the announcement made by General Motors.

“These companies are the best-of-the-best suppliers, and deserving of special recognition for their outstanding contributions,” said Steve Kiefer, GM vice president, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain.

“We need them to continue to bring us their most innovative technologies, highest quality services and work, and we will continue to win together for the benefit of our customers,” said Kiefer.

“We are honored to be on the General Motors 2014 Supplier of the Year list,” said Allegis Global Solutions President Chris Hartman. “It is a testimony to our commitment to excellence to clients around the globe and the people we have that deliver on those commitments each and every day.”

General Motors and its partners produce vehicles in 30 countries, and the company has leadership positions in the world’s largest and fastest-growing automotive markets.

Allegis Global Solutions, an Allegis Group business, transforms how businesses acquire talent, with a culture that is passionate about great talent, delivering innovative, client-focused solutions in markets across the globe.

Allegis Global Solutions
Steven Brier, +1 410-579-3053


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