FUJIFILM Electronic Materials has been recognized as one of eight companies receiving Intel Corporation’s prestigious Supplier Continuous Quality Improvement (SCQI) award for their performance in 2015. FUJIFILM Electronic Materials has demonstrated exceptional performance to goals and extraordinary, commitment across all critical focus areas on which we are measured: quality, cost, availability, technology, customer service, labor and ethics systems and environmental sustainability. This award is Intel’s highest honor for its suppliers, acknowledging truly world-class performance. FUJIFILM Electronic Materials provided formulated chemicals, developers, precursors, slurries and advanced photoresists, deemed essential to Intel’s success.
“FUJIFILM Electronic Materials is delighted to have reached the SCQI award level for the first time, following our ten previous PQS awards,” said Keiji Mihayashi, director, senior vice president and general manager of the Electronic Materials Division, FUJIFILM Corporation. “This past year was an exciting one for us, and we appreciate Intel’s recognition of the continuous progress we have made as a strategic partner, further expanding our engagements in enabling technologies and collaborating on critical projects. We also thank our FMO partners for their guidance and support as we continually strive for excellence in all of the SCQI metrics - cost, quality, technology, availability and sustainability performance.”
“Intel congratulates FUJIFILM Electronic Materials on winning the prestigious SCQI award. This marks a new level of performance across a growing portfolio of products,” said Tim Hendry, vice president and director of fab materials in the Technology and Manufacturing Group at Intel. “Fujifilm’s products play a major role in advancing Intel’s industry leading technology roadmap, and we look forward to continuing our longstanding and fruitful relationship.”
The SCQI award is part of Intel’s Supplier Continuous Quality Improvement program, which encourages Intel’s key suppliers to strive for excellence and continuous improvement. To qualify for SCQI, suppliers must score at least 95 percent on a report card that assesses performance and ability to meet cost, quality, availability, technology, environmental, social and governance goals. Suppliers must also achieve 90 percent or greater on a challenging improvement plan and demonstrate solid quality and business systems.