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Celestica Recognizes Suppliers With Its 2010 Total Cost of Ownership Supplier Awards

Jun 09, 11 at 5:32 PM EDT

TORONTO, June 9, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --

Celestica Inc. (NYSE, TSX: CLS), a global leader in the delivery of end-to-end product lifecycle solutions, today announced the winners of its 2010 Total Cost of Ownership (TCOO™) Supplier Awards. The awards honour suppliers who support Celestica's innovative approach to supply chain management and provide the best TCOO performance to Celestica and its customers by demonstrating excellence in quality, delivery, technology, service, pricing and flexibility.

Celestica congratulates 2010 TCOO Supplier Award recipients:

Best TCOO Score Award:
Best Ring Score Award:
Most Improved TCOO Score:
Innovative Award:
Execution Award:
Flexibility Award:
Best Indirect Services Award:
Most Technical Compliant Award:
Best Distributor Award:
Best IT Technology Partner Award:
Best IT Services Partner Award:
Best Regional TCOO Score
Littelfuse Inc.
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Acme Alliance Asia Ltd.
Samtec, Inc.
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Innovative Packaging Solutions, S.A. de C.V.
Enterprise Holdings, Inc.
Acme Alliance Asia Ltd.
Future Electronics
EMC Corporation
MercuryGate International Inc.
Innovative Packaging Solutions, S.A. de C.V.
Cymmetrik (Shenzhen) Printing Co., Ltd.
Brady S.R.O

In addition, Celestica would like to recognize the following honourees who made a significant contribution to its supply chain goals in 2010:

TCOO Score Award category:

Ring Score Award category:

Improved TCOO Score Award category:

Technical Compliance Award category:

Distributor Award category:
IT Technology Partner Award category:
IT Services Partner category:
O-Net Communications Ltd.,
Acme Alliance Asia Ltd.
XPEDX Division of International Paper,
Murata Electronics
National Semiconductor,
Molex Incorporated
On Semiconductor,
Sanyo Energy (USA) Corporation
TTI Inc., WPG Electronics
McAfee, Inc., Oracle Canada ULC
Automatic Data Processing, Inc.,
AT&T Global Services Canada Co.

This marks the fifth year of Celestica's TCOO Supplier Awards program, which evaluates and recognizes the top performers in Celestica's global network of over 3,000 suppliers. Celestica's TCOO system is focused on evaluating supplier performance by measuring the total cost to produce, deliver and support products and services beyond the supplier invoice price. As such, it considers the following supplier attributes:


Delivering superior products and services
Providing products and services at the right time, in the right quantity and at the right price
Utilizing the best information, product manufacturing and delivery technologies Service:
Placing the customer as the number one priority and ensuring communication across every step of the process
Delivering competitive pricing based on volume purchasing through global procurement
Responding to customers' market demands for product, service and solution delivery worldwide

"Our customers rely on us to drive an efficient supply chain that is based on speed and flexibility at the lowest total cost," said Harvinder Sembhi, Vice President, Supply Chain Management and Chief Procurement Officer, Celestica. "The TCOO Awards recognize suppliers that have provided exceptional service over the past year, and I would like to thank the award recipients and honourees for their contribution to the continued success of Celestica and its customers."

For more information on Celestica's TCOO Supplier Awards, please visit

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