Single Point Sourcing

Purchase all your ingredients and packaging in one place

With single-point sourcing, food manufacturers can gather all their food ingredients and packaging purchasing in one place. This makes work life easier and frees up resources, which can be put to better use, for example for innovation and product development.

Our close collaboration with the customer always begins with a discussion about how we can create the highest possible value. We identify the ingredients and packaging for the tailored solution and draw up a plan for collaboration involving all relevant persons for developing your single-point sourcing solution.

One solution that saves time, money and space

We have a calculation model that can show the exact value a single-point sourcing solution gives the individual food manufacturer.

Procudan’s network of partners and manufacturers provides access to global sourcing of GFSI certified ingredients and packaging for food.

A single-point sourcing solution reduces the number of suppliers and thereby the costs associated with audits and evaluations. And the number of invoices and other business documents is similarly reduced. The solution builds on contracts and just-in-time logistics for secure deliveries and reduced risk of production shut down. This means you can maintain stocks at lower levels, which ultimately frees up capital.

Billede En løsning, der sparer tid, penge og plads

Security of supply every day

We start with the products that are most easily incorporated into the solution and create immediate value. The remaining products are added gradually in accordance with the implementation plan.

The solution is designed to evolve in keeping with current needs, and together, we ensure that it always creates actual experienced value. All the practical details are anchored in Procudan Supply Service, easing the everyday burden on food manufacturers.

And you can always find a full overview, including all food safety documents, online at My Procudan.

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