Engineering Materials

DSM China Team Wins China Low Voltage Industry Association “Best Supplier” Award

The DSM Engineering Materials team in China was recently recognized by the China Low Voltage Industry Association (LVA) as a “Best Supplier” during its biennial LVA Award ceremony. The LVA Award is one of the most prestigious awards for China’s electrical industry, and this is the fourth time the team has won since 2014.  

Wang Teng, territory manager for North China, and Hercules Zou, account manager for North China, represented DSM Engineering Materials at the award ceremony on April 26 in Shanghai.

“It’s really a great honor and recognition for DSM and the North China team to be recognized as the top leading material supplier,” said Zou. “Our team is continuously leading innovation for better solutions in the low voltage industry in China.”

The recognition was given by 100,000+ online voters and 100+ industry experts from more than 20 different associations and institutes. The award demonstrates the acknowledgement from customers on DSM’s high-performance and green materials solutions, professional team, and deep industry knowledge, as well as its contribution to China’s electrical industry, especially in supporting the local China customers.

Candace Roulo

Global Manager of Messaging and Content Development

Published on

04 June 2021


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Candace Roulo

Global Manager of Messaging and Content Development

Candace Roulo is Global Manager of Messaging and Content Development for DSM Engineering Materials. Based in Troy, Michigan, she specializes in writing blogs and articles about advanced materials solutions. Prior to joining DSM, Candace served in editorial roles at SME and Penton Media. Candace earned her bachelor’s degree in communication, specializing in public relations, at Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences.

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