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Communication and cooperation with our suppliers are two key factors in our business strategy.

Building and expanding partnership with our suppliers

The purchase of goods and procurement of materials needed for production is a process that is subject to great change. As a company with a strong focus on international operations we are committed to establishing and maintaining dependable, long-term business relationships with suppliers. We work closely with our suppliers to meet and satisfy market demand. IMA DAIRY & FOOD is interested in cooperating with qualified, dependable, and flexible suppliers. 

Now and in the future we are committed to building and expanding our partnerships with our best suppliers and their proven and innovative products, and are equally interested in setting up new contacts. 

 

Procurement Philosophy

Our purchasing philosophy is that a successful cooperation is always based on a partnership. Accordingly, we never view our suppliers simply as suppliers, but as partners.

We aim to set up long-term business relationships with our partners. In order to establish an effective partnership, it is essential that both sides work together to optimize quality and processes. This close cooperation forms the basis for a sustainable win-win situation.

Supplier Management

Our supplier management is based on a clearly defined commodity management. 

Purchasing Portfolio

Our purchasing portfolio focuses on the following product groups: 

  • equipment, auxiliary materials and operating supply item
  • external services
  • semi-finished products
  • mechanical standard parts
  • electrical and electronical parts
  • production parts
  • components
  • commodity/functional unity
  • department requirements

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