Hella KGaA Hueck & Co., a supplier of automotive lighting and electronic equipment, has won three awards from two automotive manufacturers and one tractor manufacturer. Hella Australia, based in Mentone, won the “Toyota Australia Excellence Award for Engineering” for its technical competence in lighting and for its high ranking in customer satisfaction. Hella India Electronics, based in New Delhi, won the “Extraordinary Performance in Cost Sector” award from Japanese automaker Honda. The plant produces automotive horns, trumpet horns, actuators, flasher sensors, central- locking system control units and switches. Also, Hella KGaA Hueck & Co., based in Lippstadt, Germany, won the “Achieving Excellence” award from American tractor manufacturer John Deere, for outstanding cooperation with its plant in Bruchsal, Germany. Hella supplies headlamps, work lamps, signal lamps and a variety of switches and relays on John Deere tractors. “These awards underscore Hella’s commitment to quality in all locations and in all phases of its business around the world,” said Jean-Francois Tarabbia, chief executive officer of the Automotive Electronics Division of Hella KGaA Hueck & Company. “We are proud of our employees and are pleased to receive recognition for their hard work and continued success.” Hella develops and manufactures components and systems for lighting and electronics for the automotive industry, including driver- assistance systems enhancing safety and comfort. In addition, its joint- venture companies produce complete vehicle modules, air-conditioning systems and vehicle-electric systems. Hella is also one of the world’s largest companies selling automotive aftermarket parts and accessories, with its own sales companies and partners in more than 100 countries. Annual consolidated sales for the Hella Group total $4.4 billion.