Incentra suppliers must have high standards within health, safety, environment and meet Incentra Supplier Code of Conduct and provide quality products and services at competitive terms.
Incentra is selective in choosing product areas and suppliers. Each framework agreement is a result of thorough market research and evaluation. Based on the size of our members fleet, Incentra expect our suppliers to provide the best terms possible in the market at all times. Incentra maintains all formalities concerning the contracts between members and suppliers, this involves pre-qualification, close follow up of agreements throughout the contract period and HSEQ audits. Incentra aim to establish and maintain long term and mutually attractive business relations with its suppliers. Incentra suppliers must contribute to Incentra events and activities and have an active dialogue with Incentra and its members.
A maritime supplier may be evaluated for an Incentra framework agreement in three different ways:
1) Supplier application: A supplier download the application form at this website
and submit an application to Incentra:
2) Incentra members propose new suppliers for Incentra framework agreements
3) Incentra contact potential suppliers to discuss a possible agreement
The Board of Directors has the final approval on all agreements, also with new suppliers.
Before a final agreement is reached, a pre-qualification is carried out: Supplier Audit & Pre-qualification.
In addition to the general data, potential suppliers are required to present information about their company, including ownership, organisation size and structure and financial status.