Osborne Industries, Inc., Named a Top Supplier for Altec

Custom plastics molding firm, Osborne Industries, Inc., was presented with the “QCDS Award” at Altec’s Supplier Summit on May 22, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia. Osborne has been a long-time supplier of fiberglass-reinforced composite aerial lift-platforms and other components for Altec’s utility vehicles. Osborne’s long history with closed-molding via Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) technology has allowed them to remain one of Altec’s top-producing suppliers since the two firms first collaborated in the mid-1980s.

The highly regarded QCDS (Quality, Cost, Delivery, and Sustainability) Award is presented to only a select number of Altec’s suppliers. Osborne’s overall on-time delivery of 99.7% and exceptional quality score earned the company this year’s award for its resin transfer molded composite components. Altec’s Sustainability score is based on an assessment of characteristics, some of which include management and financial stability, supplier longevity, and a suppliers’ cultural fit with the organization.

“Osborne’s commitment to the success of Altec is evident in our excellent on-time delivery and very low number of quality issues,” stated George Eakin, President and CEO at Osborne. “Even with the increased volume of RTM-molded platforms, we continue to exceed Altec’s supplier performance.” Eakin and Manufacturing Supervisor, Doran Schurr, accepted the QCDS Award on behalf of Osborne’s employee owners.

Osborne’s continuous drive to improve efficiency, quality, and delivery has earned the company recognition from Altec many times over the years. Osborne is a previous recipient of the Altec’s Outstanding Supplier Award in 2011 and Consistency Award in 2015.

Founded in 1973, Osborne Industries, Inc., is a composites manufacturing firm that specializes in Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) and Reaction Injection Molding (RIM) for a wide variety of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) around the U.S. Osborne’s expertise in the use of a diverse group of thermosetting materials, including dicycolpentadienes (DCPD), allow for the molding of complex plastic parts for industries such as agriculture, medical, corrosion and waste control, transportation and much more. For more information on Osborne and its composite molding capabilities, visit www.osborneindustries.com. For more information on Altec and the products they provide, visit www.altec.com.

The employee owners of Osborne Industries, Inc., Osborne, Kansas, were the recipients of the “QCDS Award” by Altec Industries, Inc., of St. Joseph, Missouri, at the company’s Supplier Summit on May 22, 2019.