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Nolato GW Dongguan Named Winner of Samtec’s 2022 “Supplier Outstanding Performance Award

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Since 2003 the Nolato team in Dongguan, China, has proudly delivered advanced high-tech solutions to the US-headquartered company Samtec Inc, whose products range from high-speed ultra-micro Connectors to optics, and Cables, a broad line of electronic interconnects. In March of this year, Nolato GW Dongguan was named winner of Samtec’s 2022 “Supplier Outstanding Performance Award” in recognition of the robust and excellent support month after month during 2022. An example underpinning the solid performance of Nolato GW Dongguan in customer service and Nolato’s aim is to build long-term and reliable partnerships with suppliers and customers globally.

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