GPSC Group evaluates supplier using ESG evaluation form in the selection process, which comprises of 6 main sections:
Business (weight = 10%)
This section evaluates the quality of material or service of suppliers including quality, packaging/cleaning, transportation/delivery, technical support, contract/document and etc.
Production (weight = 30%)
This section evaluates source of products and services, production and distribution capacities, stock and resource management
Distribution (weight = 20%)
This section evaluates distribution efficiency, time and frequency of the delivery, distribution standards
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) (weight = 15%)
This section evaluates internal policy, management, standards on OHS issues including safety record, PPE, and quality control
After sale service & Technical support (weight = 15%)
This section evaluates support on after sale service and technical of the business and product warranty
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) (weight = 10%)
This section evaluates CSR policy, environmental management system and human rights
Suppliers shall meet a minimum of 70% in order to get approved into GPSC Approved Vendor List (AVL)
|Score 81 - 100%
||Level A: Over expectation
|Score 61 - 80
||Level B: Meet requirement
|Score 40 - 60%
||Level C: Need improvement some problems
|Score < 40%
||Level D: Unsatisfied or Disqualified
GPSC also specifies economic, environmental, and social issues consistent with the Supplier Sustainable Code of Conduct in the Terms of Reference (TOR). All suppliers are required to sign the acknowledgement form of GPSC Supplier Sustainable Code of Conduct to ensure compliance with the agreements and requirements.
To assess suppliers’ performance, GPSC has established a supplier performance measurement procedure to be carried out with suppliers on the vendor list that deliver products or services to the company during the assessment period. The purpose of the assessment is to ensure that suppliers can deliver products and services that meet the company’s needs and comply with the company’s Procurement Policy.