USPS recognizes Eaton for performance and diversity

PITTSBURGH – Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton announced it was selected as a winner in the “Supplier Performance” and “Supplier Diversity” award categories of the 2012 U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Supplier Performance Awards Program. The annual USPS awards program honors companies nominated by postal professionals for superior supply chain performance and the delivery of innovative, sustainable solutions that help reduce costs, enhance performance and maintain high levels of service. Eaton accepted the awards at a recent ceremony held at the USPS headquarters in Washington, D.C.

“The United States Postal Service does business with more than 20,000 suppliers each year. To receive one of these awards is a real achievement,” said Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe. “It is essential that we have a world-class chain of suppliers to provide consistently outstanding service to our customers. Each of you is a significant link in that chain, and working together, we deliver for the American people.”

Eaton received the awards as a result of helping the USPS maintain reliable and efficient power systems at service facilities across the nation, and for providing equal opportunities for diverse business enterprises to compete for Eaton business. As a result of Eaton’s supply chain management services, the U.S. Postal Service has been very successful in providing positive bottom line and performance results that have ultimately helped it more effectively achieve its mission of providing mail service to the American public.

“Providing unparalleled support for our customers and embracing diversity in the communities we support are both important aspects of doing business right,” said Revathi Advaithi, president Electrical Sector, Americas Region, Eaton. “We are honored to be identified by postal professionals for our efforts, and will build on the achievements by continuing to help the USPS and other public sector customers meet supply chain goals and optimize system-wide operations.”

Eaton and the communities it supports benefit from providing equal opportunities for diverse business enterprises to compete for Eaton business. All Eaton suppliers are business partners, and it is important that these partnerships reflect the communities where we live, work and serve. To this end, Eaton is committed to seeking small, veteran, minority and women-owned businesses that provide quality products and services at competitive prices. To learn more about Eaton’s supplier diversity program, visit

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