TTI wins Silver Award from TDK Europe in their annual European Distribution Awards

TTI has won the TDK Europe Senten Manten Silver Award in the category of international volume distribution in their annual European Distribution Awards.

It is the fifth time these European Distribution Awards have been presented by TDK Europe in the categories of international volume distribution, high-service distribution and local distribution. “I am particularly pleased that in Europe the prizewinners were able to raise the bar from the already high level of the previous year and I want to congratulate the whole team from TTI for their great performance and efforts in promoting our products during the last year,” says Dietmar Jaeger, head of TDK’s distribution business in Europe and Vice President of Global Sales Distribution.

Felix Corbett, director supplier marketing, TTI. in Europe, commented: “We are delighted to receive the Senten Manten award again this year. This award is particularly important for TTI as it acknowledges the quality of our service to TDK customers, by measuring the standard of key metrics, such as inventory quality and logistic performance. These measurements form a part of our continuous improvement activites and contribute to strengthening our TDK partnership and our customer service proposition.”

TDK’s annual assessment of distribution partners is based on TDK’s “Senten Manten” program. This Japanese term stands for the perfect result that can be achieved with 1,000 points. The awards are based on the distributors’ performances and collaboration with TDK in four categories: business performance, inventory management, contractual terms, and operational excellence. In order to receive an award, a minimum score of 600 points is necessary.

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