Liebherr receives best supplier award from Embraer

Roberto chaves, executive vice president global procurement (left) and Luis Marinho, executive vice president operations (right) of Embraer presented the award to Klaus Schneider, chief technology officer (second from left) and Alex Vlielander, chief customer officer of Liebherr-Aerospace & Transportation SAS (second from right)
Roberto chaves, executive vice president global procurement (left) and Luis Marinho, executive vice president operations (right) of Embraer presented the award to Klaus Schneider, chief technology officer (second from left) and Alex Vlielander, chief customer officer of Liebherr-Aerospace & Transportation SAS (second from right)

Liebherr-Aerospace was presented with the Best Supplier Award 2023 in the Program Development category at the Embraer Suppliers Conference in April. In addition, the OEM received the status of Preferred Supplier for flight controls.

Every year, Embraer recognises its best suppliers in ten categories to highlight their cooperation, performance, and top-level quality.

“We are grateful and very honoured to receive this outstanding recognition. The award and status not only highlight our joint achievement in current development activities, but also recognise the more than 40-year partnership between Embraer and us”, said Klaus Schneider, managing director and chief technology officer of Liebherr-Aerospace & Transportation SAS.

Technology from Liebherr can be found in many different Embraer aircraft models. The OEM develops, manufactures, and provides customer services for various components and systems such as landing gears, flight controls as well as environmental control and thermal management systems to several Embraer programs, including the E-Jet E1 and E2 families, the C-390 Millennium, the Super Tucano, and the Praetor 600.

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