Memsstar Receives NMI’s 2013 Manufacturing Supplier of the Year Award

Memsstar Limited, a leading provider of etch and deposition equipment and technology solutions to manufacturers of semiconductors and microelectrical mechanical systems (MEMS), announced today that it has won the 2013 NMI Electronic Systems Award for Manufacturing Supplier of the Year.

“The NMI Manufacturing Supplier Group has grown significantly in recent years, and the category seeks to recognise successful organisations within this group that provide vital support to the industry,” commented Derek Boyd, CEO of UK electronics trade organisation NMI.

The awards program promotes practices conducive to the long-term health of the UK’s electronic systems community. Winners are judged on flexibility and responsiveness to customer requests, quality of product or service, and business impact of service or product.

 “It’s great to receive this kind of industry recognition for the company’s commitment to customer service and support,” said Tony McKie, memsstar CEO. “By providing solutions tailored to our individual customer needs, memsstar continually strives to ensure that all our customers can put in place cost-effective manufacturing of their products.”

Marking its 12th year, the 2013 awards ceremony was held on Nov. 21, at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair, London.

About NMI
NMI is the UK trade association representing the electronic systems, microelectronics and semiconductor communities. Its objective is to catalyse and accelerate the continual development of a sustainable and world-leading industry in the UK.

NMI is a not-for-profit organisation funded by its membership, which includes electronic systems design and manufacturing companies, integrated device manufacturers, fabless semiconductor manufacturers, semiconductor foundries, semiconductor suppliers, electronics design services, intellectual property providers, research and academic institutions.

NMI is a trading name of the National Microelectronics Institute, a not-for-profit organisation registered in Scotland, No. 17005.