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HARMAN Awarded 2023 Supplier of the Year by General Motors

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General Motors Honors HARMAN as 2023 Supplier of the Year

General Motors (GM:NYSE) recently celebrated its 32nd annual Supplier of the Year awards ceremony in Miami, Florida, where HARMAN, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., was honored with the 2023 Supplier of the Year title. This recognition is not new to HARMAN, as it marks their third time receiving this prestigious award. The award is a testament to HARMAN’s exceptional contribution to the automotive industry, particularly through innovative technologies and maintaining the highest quality standards. HARMAN’s achievements, including their award-winning AKG sound systems in Cadillac vehicles and their advancements in intelligent cockpit control products, underscore their pivotal role in enhancing GM’s product offerings.

Christian Sobottka, President of HARMAN Automotive, took pride in this achievement, emphasizing the company’s dedication to delivering superior consumer experiences. This commitment is reflected in HARMAN’s extensive portfolio, which features renowned brands such as AKG®, Harman Kardon®, and JBL®, among others. Their products are not only a testament to HARMAN’s innovation but also to their significant impact on the automotive industry, with their systems being installed in over 50 million vehicles worldwide. This global presence is supported by a workforce of approximately 30,000 employees across various continents, further illustrating HARMAN’s extensive influence and commitment to excellence in the automotive sector.

The selection criteria for the Supplier of the Year award by GM are rigorous, focusing on performance, innovation, and alignment with GM’s values and goals. Jeff Morrison, GM’s vice president of Global Purchasing and Supply Chain, highlighted the importance of partnerships with leading suppliers like HARMAN in achieving GM’s vision. These collaborations are crucial for GM, especially as the company progresses towards its ambitious all-electric future, powered by the Ultium battery platform. This platform is a cornerstone of GM’s strategy, enabling a diverse range of vehicles from mass-market to high-performance models, across its various brands including Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac.

However, GM’s recent financial performance presents a challenging backdrop to these achievements. The company has experienced a downturn in several key financial metrics, including a 2.61% decrease in revenue growth and a significant 60.08% drop in gross profit growth. More concerning is the 31.43% decline in net income growth and a 69.53% fall in operating income growth. These figures indicate substantial pressure on GM’s profitability and operational efficiency. Additionally, the company’s asset growth decreased by 3.07%, and there was a dramatic 671.76% decline in free cash flow growth, further highlighting the financial challenges GM faces. Despite these hurdles, GM’s slight increase in debt growth by 3.18% suggests a strategic approach to managing its financial health and investing in future growth areas, such as its commitment to an all-electric future and partnerships with innovative suppliers like HARMAN.

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