Alpplas supply materials from many countries all over the world, in particular, electronic and plastic raw materials. And, in particular, the supply of electronic components is a process that requires a whole different specialty and that needs to be carried out at a global scale.
It is our priority to create a long term and permanent network of suppliers and, work with all our customers in line with common targets.
We attempt to analyze risks and, eliminate them before they occur in order to ensure that the right product is placed on the market at the right time with the concept of continuous production. In addition to the assessments we carry out on the basis of suppliers during the performance of supply processes, we also analyze the geopolitical risks that become more important in today’s world. Alpplas’ supply team finds alternative sources for every materials possible.
Believing that the business performance of our suppliers is reflected as the business performance of Alpplas on our customers, we attach great importance to the supplier quality management processes; and we work together with our suppliers in the fields of quality, service, innovation, planning compliance, cost, sustainability and social responsibility with the aim of increasing our total performance.
We carry out the Suppler Development Activities through our expert team within the framework of quality management processes.
- Selection of Suppliers,
- Audits on Suppliers and, Approvals for Suppliers,
- Test and Guaranty of Compliance of Supplied Materials with the Specifications,
- Periodically Monitoring and Assessing Supplied Products and Services
Speed of technology that increases day by day shortens the life cycle of products. Therefore, the idle material management is as important as the supply and material management. With the aim of 0 idle material, we closely follow such materials that could become idle for any reason whatsoever and, act in cooperation with our suppliers and customers to assess each material in a detailed manner.