Cisco Awards Molex 2012 Supplier of the Year Award

Molex Incorporated (NASDAQ: MOLX and MOLXA) today announced that it has received the 2012 Supplier of the Year Award from Cisco. This prestigious award recognizes Molex as Supplier of the Year for demonstrating consistent and relentless excellence in quality, technology, flexibility, and supporting Cisco’s many initiatives in the spirit of true partnership. The distinction was awarded during Cisco's 21st annual Supplier Appreciation Event, held September 6 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

“Molex has demonstrated unrivaled commitment to our Global Supplier Management, Technology and Quality, Engineering and Product Operations teams. The direct involvement of their executive staff has enabled our various Cisco teams to proactively tackle any issue,” said Karl Braitberg, Vice President, Global Supplier Management and Supply Chain Transformation, Cisco. “Molex’s leadership and partnership in regards to flexibility, delivery and responsiveness is a model for all suppliers in the area of Cisco’s mission-critical technology. We are proud to announce Molex as the winner of the ‘Supplier of the Year’ award.”

Cisco presented awards to suppliers in recognition of their contributions to Cisco’s success in fiscal year 2012. At the event, Cisco celebrated the shared successes of its global value chain with strategic suppliers and manufacturing partners and reaffirmed its commitment to a strong, continued partnership that will further accelerate innovation.

“It is a great honor to receive the ‘Supplier of the Year’ award from Cisco and to be recognized for our dedication to quality products and superior customer responsiveness,” said Martin P. Slark, Chief Executive Officer, Molex. “We value the excellent global partnership we share with Cisco and believe the relationship enables both leading-edge technology innovation and unsurpassed customer service. We also commend and thank our employees who have dedicated themselves to the success of both Cisco and Molex worldwide.”

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