Allocation of Procurement Spending
Supplier Risk Assessment
*Comprehensive assessment involves conducting an audit session (on-site/ online) to evaluate the supplier risks in the group of suppliers: critical suppliers, high ESG risk suppliers, and high-medium severity of supplier’s products/ services with criteria covering management system, capability, performance, and ESG management.
**Supplier evaluation is the evaluated process of tier 1 suppliers who deliver the goods and services, covering capability and ESG management
Supplier Risk Management for Impact Minimization
ESG Program Towards Sustainability
Outstanding Projects of 2022
Increasing The Proportion Of Green Procurement
In 2022, SCGC has planned to increase the proportion of green procurement to be 14% as our target by green product or service expansion of the products’ group: pallet, packaging, chemicals, and forklift and service: waste disposal from 7 suppliers. According to the evaluation has been conducted, recommendations have been provided to improve the processes or involvement in product development. As a result, the products of all 7 business partners are registered into the SCGC green procurement list which increasing the proportion of green procurement to be 17%. Currently, there are 80 green products or services from 126 suppliers.
The Study About Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions
In The Supply Chain (GHG Emission Scope 3)
In the year 2022, SCGC raised awareness, and communicate organizational climate change goals to suppliers including providing guidelines and knowledge for emission factor calculation of products through questionnaires and business seminars, the effort began with suppliers supplying more than 80% of chemical products and packaging by purchases value, involving 128 suppliers. The performance result, SCGC can gather the emission factor for product from 60 suppliers. The obtained data process of verification accurately and selection of suppliers with the potential for collaborative projects to reduce GHG emissions scope 3.
Awareness and Communication for Suppliers
In 2022, SCGC collaborate with SCG and SCGP to organize a seminar to communicate sustainability driven of doing business between SCG and business partners. The seminar highlighted topics are climate change and human rights which reflecting the sustainability issues that suppliers need to consider while conducting their business operations.
SCGC has received all suggestions and recommendations from suppliers to improve the efficiency of their working processes, to focus on building network to overcome business obstacle and sustainability supplier development. This reflects the high level of supplier satisfaction for SCGC.