For the second year in a row, Nucor Corp. was recognized as a General Motors Supplier of the Year during a virtual ceremony on June 24. Less than 1 percent of GM’s suppliers receive this award. Nucor remains the only electric arc furnace steelmaker to get this recognition.
Supplier of the Year award winners were selected based on performance criteria in purchasing, manufacturing services, customer care and logistics.
“We value the partnership we’ve built with GM, working together to meet their needs for automotive steel products. We look forward to continuing to grow as partners for years to come,” said Nucor President and CEO Leon Topalian.
Nucor, the largest EAF steel producer in the U.S., is making inroads into an automotive market historically dominated by integrated mills.
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