Founder in year 1993 where experienced in trading machines in several fields, but decided to establish mainly business in the can making industry and to be responsible for creating possibilities for customers abroad.
We cannot ignore anymore, that our customers want to receive our full support in deliveries of machines and ask more and more for the full answers on complete projects in food industry and their packing and packing of industrial products.
Our journey continues forward with always new possibilities because we adjust our program to the requests and imagination of our customers and their market which includes food commodities.
supply management describes the methods and processes of modern corporate or institutional buying. This may be for the purchasing of supplies for internal use referred to as indirect goods and services, purchasing raw materials for the consumption during the manufacturing process, or for the purchasing of goods for inventory to be resold as products in the distribution and retail process.
- Working with business leaders who have identified a business need or requirement to identify, source, contract, and procure the needed good or service from qualified suppliers
- Managing supplier performance
- Implementing technologies, processes, policies, and procedures to support the purchasing process of customer and Supplier Relationship Management for Pharmaceutical-, Body care-, food supplement and parfum producer.
- The supplier relationship management process: a process for providing the structure for how relationships with suppliers will be developed and maintained.
Supply management is generally regarded as a systematic business process that includes more functions than traditional buying, such as coordinating inbound and internal pre-production logistics and managing inventory.
Supply management deals primarily with the oversight and management of materials and services inputs, management of the suppliers who provide those inputs, and support of the process of acquiring those inputs. The performance of supply management departments and supply management professionals is commonly measured in terms of amount of money saved for the organization.