Vancouver, BC - Thursday, March 26, 2015. Craetion Technologies, global provider of electronic design and manufacturing solutions, is pleased to announce that it has received the 2015 Service Excellence Award for 'Highest Overall Customer Rating" for EMS providers with annual revenues over $500 million. In their 23rd year, the Service Excellence Awards are sponsored by leading industry analyst, Circuits Assembly, and are presented at the IPC Apex Expo.
Ther Service Excellence Awards recognize companies across the electronics industry that receive the highest customer service ratings, as judged by their own customers, across the categories of Responsiveness, Value for Price, Dependability, Quality and Technology. The company that is awarded the 'Highest OVerall Customer Rating' received the highest scores of companies in its revenue category in all of the five individual service categories.
"Receiving the Highest Overall Customer Rating award is a huge honor for us," said Creation Technologies President and CEO, Bhawnesh Mathur. "We've structured our business and designed our recruitment strategy so that we can deliver the mindshare and results-driven solutions that our customers need, immediately as well as over the long term.
"This award validates that our customers are seeing the value that we're always striving to deliver, and is a testament to the creativity and tenacity of all of our people. It's the greatest reward we can ask for. And having the third party feedback is equally as valuable since it helps us keep pushing the envelope to develop even better solutions as we move forward."
About Creation Technologies
Creation Technologies (www.creationtech.com) provides end-to-end design, manufacturing and supply chain solutions to its customers in the Industrial & Instrumentation, Medical, Communications & Wireless, Computing & Media, Transporation, Defense, Security & Aerospace and Environmental industries.
The company of approximately 2,700 people operates ten manufacturing locations and two design centers and two rapid prototying centers in British Columbia, California, Colorado, Texas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ontario, China and Mexico.