Ryder honored by GM at North American International Auto Show

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Ryder System recently announced it was honored by General Motors for overall excellence in supporting GM’s product efforts during ceremonies at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

“Ryder is honored to be recognized as a top supplier by GM,” says Vicki O’Meara, president of U.S. supply chain solutions for Miami-based Ryder. “Ryder is proud to be of service to GM and to contribute to their success and the quality of their operations, and we look forward to continuing our long-standing relationship.”

This is the sixth year GM has honored suppliers at the North American International Auto Show. The supplier awards recognize a suppliers’ performance in quality, cost and delivery, as well as contributions to production and concept vehicles GM unveils at the NAIAS.

“GM strives to build the best cars and trucks in the world, and the leadership and employees of Ryder represent what it takes to make GM’s products successful,” says Bo Andersson, vice president of global purchasing and supply chain operations for GM. “We honor these companies at the North American International Auto Show to remind the industry and the public of the critical role our suppliers play in developing GM vehicles globally.”