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Here find the previous chapter.
6. What are the conditions for joint procurement? What problems will you encounter?
Joint procurement applies to: 1) Urgent purchases that occur under import controls. 2) In the seller's market, the buyer's position is weak. Joint procurement faces the following problems: 1) Uneven distribution of quantities. 2) The quotation method is confusing. 3) The ability to pay varies. 4) Picking up work is slow.
7. How to find a supplier?
Look for suppliers to open sources, whether it is self-collection or through referrals, must be proactive, and suppliers should not be limited to local or national sources, but should also use sources of supply from abroad or abroad. Finding suppliers is done in the following ways: 1) Using existing information. Select from the archives or rosters that establish qualified vendors. 2) Open tendering. 3) Through the industry introduction. 3) Journalism professional publications. 4) Guild or procurement professional consulting company. 4) Participate in product exhibitions.
8. Is it only the procurement staff responsible for the selection of suppliers?
It is advisable to select a supplier group from procurement, engineering, quality control and management personnel to collect the effects of thinking in a broad sense.
9. What are the objective criteria for selecting vendors?
The objective criteria for the selection of vendors include general operating conditions, manufacturing, technology, financial status, quality control capabilities and management systems.
10. Why do qualified manufacturers still need to be classified and graded?
The classification of qualified manufacturers is classified according to the professional functions of each factory; the classification is to classify the qualified manufacturers according to their capabilities. The purpose of classification is to prevent manufacturers from arranging various procurement cases and preventing laymen from doing things internally; the purpose of grading is to prevent manufacturers from eating and eating, and to select appropriate manufacturers in line with procurement needs.
11. The more objects the inquiry is, the better?
In principle, the number of inquiries should be as good as possible, because the more quotations are made, the more carefully selected and the suppliers can compete fiercely and reduce costs.
12. Why do suppliers have to provide a cost analysis form?
Since the buyer's estimated reserve price or budget is sometimes not very reliable, if you can rely on the supplier's cost analysis (CostAnalysis), you may be able to get twice the result with half the effort.