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Purchasing policy

Our purchasing policy

Fe Støberiet A/S shall act according to the principle of "best product for the right purpose at the lowest price".
Our purchasing policy implies that we only use suppliers for the procurement of goods and services who can continuously meet our needs and expectations, and in doing so, the competence and cooperation of the supplier shall be taken into account.

We must strive to establish a good partnership with our main suppliers in order to strengthen common competitiveness. Relations with our suppliers must be characterised by full sincerity and cooperation, including mutual exchange of knowledge and information.

The aim of our procurement policy is to ensure high delivery performance, solid quality performance and abolish reception control.

Quality and delivery time are essential factors and therefore the supplier must deliver goods and services in the right quality, time and quantity.

Read more about ISO 14001 below:
ISO 14001 is an international standard that describes the requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS). The standard provides a framework for how organisations can identify and manage their environmental impacts, and improve their environmental performance.

ISO 14001 is based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle, which encourages organisations to continuously improve their environmental performance. The standard is designed to be compatible with other management system standards, such as ISO 9001 (quality management) and ISO 45001 (occupational health and safety), enabling organisations to integrate their environmental management system with their overall management system.

Adopting ISO 14001 can bring a number of benefits to an organisation, including:
and controlling environmental impacts, reducing risks and costs associated with environmental non-compliance
Improving efficiency and use of resources
Improving reputation and building trust with stakeholders
Compliance with legislation and regulations
Helping to create a culture of environmental responsibility within the organisation
To achieve certification to ISO 14001, an organisation must demonstrate that its EMS complies with the standard's requirements and that it is effectively implemented and maintained. Organisations can be certified by an accredited third party certification body.

Overall, ISO 14001 is a useful tool for organisations that want to improve their environmental performance and meet their environmental obligations. It helps organisations to understand and manage the environmental impacts of their activities and products, and to set and achieve environmental objectives and targets.


Purchasing policy shown in diagram