All SGS suppliers must be capable of delivering the products and services we want to buy on time and in full.
We understand that there are potential risks involved with buying products or services from suppliers in various geographies, and we review supplier performance regularly to determine which of our partners need help. It is essential that both SGS and our partners respond to both global and local changes to regulations and legislation.
All SGS suppliers should comply with our standard requirements for third party suppliers:
- Commit to the terms and conditions agreed in the contract or in the SGS Standard Terms & Conditions, whichever prevails
- Sign the SGS Code of Conduct for Suppliers
- Accept the standard payment terms of 60 days from the invoice date
If you believe you can provide SGS with materials and/or services that meet our requirements, please contact us directly.