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We maintain the highest quality of service delivery to our clients by the commitment and dedication of our supply chain.

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Suppliers and our Supply Chain

Procurement is responsible for ensuring that Interserve gets the best value from its supply chain and that it meets the end customers needs safely and sustainably. We are committed to building strong collaborative relationships with suppliers that can maintain the highest quality of service while underpinning our values and promoting our commitment to being a sustainable business.

What is sustainable procurement?

Sustainable procurement is concerned with establishing a sustainable supply chain - that is, a supply chain where environmental, ethical, social and economic factors are considered alongside traditional factors of cost, quality and risk. Within the supply chain factors such as labour conditions, carbon emissions, water usage, spend with SMEs and creation of apprenticeship opportunities may be considered. Sustainable procurement is also concerned with the specification of what is purchased, for example the operational energy consumption of a piece of kit.

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