Working with Safran
Safran Purchasing department organization
Safran's Purchasing department has three units:
- Group Purchasing: this central purchasing unit is responsible for purchasing and procurement strategy for all product families. It adapts purchasing policy to the specific requirements of Safran's different markets.
- Safran Purchasing: this unit is in charge of indirect purchasing, as well as metallic and non-metallic materials for Safran companies. A Safran Purchasing buyer acts as contact for the purchase of goods or indirect services, but orders are issued in the name of the company concerned.
- Entity Purchasing Department: production purchases are carried out by Group entities, which means that the contact for this type of purchase is a company buyer.
Purchasing general terms and conditions (GTC)
Safran incorporates social and sustainable development aspects while ensuring fair contractual relations, especially with purchasing general terms and conditions (GTC) applied Group-wide. Purchasing GTC for other countries are available on request.
- Standard General Purchasing Conditions (GTC)
- General Purchasing Conditions Aerospace
- General Purchasing Conditions for Intellectual Services
- The general terms and conditions for purchasing in other countries are available on request from Corporate Purchasing
- The Supplier Requirements and Industrial Validation Process guidelines are also available on request from the Purchasing department in any Safran company.
Supplier requirement guidelines
Safran's supplier requirements, summarized in a single set of guidelines dubbed SAFe ("Safran exigences", French for requirements), comprises the following:
- The list of Safran requirements applicable to suppliers contributing to the manufacture of a Group product (Group procedure GRP-0087).
- Suppliers Guide (GRM-0123)
- Chart showing compliance with Safran requirements (GRF-0033).
These guidelines are applied differently, depending on the maturity of each supplier and the type of good or service delivered.
A hotline is available to suppliers for all questions concerning invoices for a Safran company.
Safran has changed the names of its companies and its visual identity to bolster its position as a global leader in its sectors and accelerate its development in France and international markets. Effective May 19, 2016, all company names now include the Safran brand name plus a description of their business.
Kbis for Group entities:
- Kbis Safran Nacelles
- Kbis Safran Transmission Systems
- Kbis Safran Electrical & Power
- Kbis Safran Landing Systems
- Kbis Safran Helicopter Engines
- Kbis Safran Identity & Security
- Kbis Safran Aircraft Engines
- Kbis Safran Electronics & Defense
- Kbis Safran Aero Boosters
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