The creation of a system of comprehensive supply management is based on the transfer of the demands of our clients to the suppliers. Supplier evaluation means a planned gathering of information for the selection of new and the control of existing suppliers.
It ensures a constant quality of suppliers in the long run, should they be interested to remove errors.
We rank suppliers into following groups based on the level at which they meet requirements:
- A SUPPLIER is a supplier who, in the period of observation, meets quality as well as other requirements from the evaluation criteria.
- B SUPPLIER is the one who, for the most part, meets our requirements. Occasional problems that may appear are removed by the supplier systematically and in the agreed upon deadlines..
- C SUPPLIER meets quality requirements at a satisfactory level, we see weak points. The supplier is interested in cooperation and shows preparedness to progress up the ranks of suppliers.
- D SUPPLIER does not meet requirements. Such a supplier consistently causes problems, the consequence of which are additional expenses.
Every supplier receives a ranking, based on which they prepare a suggestion for corrective and preventive measures, which are harmonised with the purchase department, as well as a schedule for implementation. Error removal must be guaranteed within a sensible time (in regards to how demanding the problem is).