- Respect human rights and reduce the negative impact on the environment while strictly complying with relevant laws and regulations;
- Increase competition among Suppliers by constantly attracting new potential Suppliers to maximize procurement efficiency;
- Provide equal opportunities to compete for our suppliers
- Effective cooperation with the supplier, building mutual understanding and trust;
- Follow principles of economy, efficiency, accountability and cost reduction
- Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and
- Make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.
- Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining;
- The elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour;
- The effective abolition of child labour; and
- The elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.
- Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges;
- Undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility; and
- Encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.
- Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.
- The supplier and its subcontractors must agree to and comply with MCS Group’s purchasing policy requirements and principles.
- Full compliance with legal and ethical requirements:
2.1 The supplier must strictly comply with the laws and regulations of Mongolia, regional regulations and by-laws as well as regulations imposed by government bodies;
2.2 The supplier must respect codes of conduct in the region where it is operating;
- The supplier must respect human rights in every area of its work and must provide a safe, healthy working environment for employees:
3.1. Must not engage in or be complicit in forced or compulsory labour;
3.2. Must not allow child labour;
3.3. Eliminate discrimination on the grounds of race, age, gender, ethnicity, religion and social background;
3.4. Provide fair wages and benefits to employees;
3.5. Adhere to working hours set out in the Labour Law;
3.6. Provide a safe, healthy and hygienic working environment.
- The supplier must respect and protect the environment:
4.1. Suppliers’ goods and services should not have a negative impact on the environment and they must always seek to minimize their environmental impact;
4.2. Must anticipate any negative environmental impacts that may surface during their work and take precautions to reduce any such impact;
4.3. The supplier must be committed to environmental protection and must have established environmentally sound policies that they put into practice.
- The supplier must operate in an open and transparent manner:
5.1. The supplier must provide access to its financial statements and other policies that prove its ethical business conduct;
5.2. The supplier must not attempt to bribe or provide kickbacks of any kind (money, gifts, free services, promises of free services and/or valuable items and products) to an employee of MCS Holding LLC or its subsidiaries in order to attempt to gain competitive advantage and influence the decision-making process.
- The supplier must ensure compliance to quality standards:
6.1. The supplier must have the technical and technological capacity and capability to provide products and services that comply with international standards and government requirements;
6.2. Must have the capacity and capability to provide products and services that comply with MCS Group’s requirements.
- The supplier must provide products and services at competitive prices:
7.1. To allow for the Company to reduce and/or keep its operational costs down, the supplier must ensure that its products and services are provided at competitive market prices.
|1||Direct procurement||1 MNT – 4.99 mln MNT|
|2||Comparison||5 mln – 199.99 mln MNT|
|3||Tendering||Above 200 mln MNT|
|4||Single source||No threshhold|
- Direct procurement (less than 5 million MNT) means purchasing directly from one supplier, without competitive offers and is applicable in the event the purchase price is of the lowest possible competitive market price.
- Comparison method (for contracts worth more than 5 million MNT and less than 200 million MNT) means comparing price and technical proposals from a minimum of 3 suppliers that meet the product/service requirements. The following selection criteria shall be considered when comparing proposals submitted from suppliers:
2.1 Products and services must meet relevant requirements (compliance with technical specification, standards & quality);
2.2 Associated expenses (price comparisons are to be made taking into consideration relevant taxes, logistical expenses, additional expenses incurred);
2.3 Payment terms;
2.4 Warranty period, conditions;
2.5 Terms and conditions of delivery (lead-time, location, packaging, etc.);
2.6 Running costs of goods/services;
2.7 Installation/setup cost of products/services;
2.8 Repair and maintenance terms, costs
2.9 Cost/availability of spares and replacement;
2.10 Insurance terms;
2.11 Supplier’s track record; supplier previous performance evaluation;
2.12 Legal capacity (required special license etc).
2.13 Other requirements indicated in the technical specifications
- Tendering (for contracts worth more than 200 million MNT) means procurement is conducted in accordance with “Tender procedure policy”.
- Single source procurement (not subject to price thresholds) means purchasing from a single source due to special circumstances as described in the Procurement policy.
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