HC-CARGO - Supplier Requirements
All our suppliers must meet the following requirements:
- Adhere to the ISO9001 (2000) standard
- Move towards certification in accordance with the TS16949 standards. Suppliers are currently required to keep Holger Christiansen A/S informed of improvements
- Document the quality and specifications of the product. The supplier must enclose a test printout with each delivery or he must have documented uniform product quality in previously approved specifications
- Submit a PPAP document for each product. Failing that, Holger Christiansen A/S insists that the supplier delivers products which comply at least with the OE requirements/specifications pertaining to functionality, quality, environment and production processes
- Deliver a sample which is to be stored at Holger Christiansen A/S for 3 years
- Deliver goods that match the approved sample. Products which do not correspond to the agreed specifications are returned
- Be able to document that the products delivered meet EC Directive no. 2000/53/EC on end-of-life vehicles
- Make preparations for obtaining environmental certification in compliance with the ISO 14001 standards
- Meet all relevant regulatory requirements about the circumvention of chemicals
- Ensure an acceptable working environment comparable with ISO 18001 certification
Holger Christiansen A/S expects that suppliers already meet a number of these requirements. Holger Christiansen A/S requires that all work takes place under well-organised conditions and that neither slave labour nor child labour is used.
Holger Christiansen A/S is entitled at any time to carry out an unannounced inspection of the supplier.
- In connection with visits to suppliers or at least once a year, the purchasing department makes assessments of all suppliers in the vendor card fil.e
The assessment is carried out in accordance with the following instructions:
- The assessment includes the following parameters: product quality, prices, reliability of delivery, service, quality control and terms of purchase and delivery.
- The Purchasing department evaluates product quality on the basis of the registered NCRs. The remaining points are given based on the purchasing assistant’s assessment.
- The supplier is assessed as excellent, good, satisfactory or unsatisfactory.