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Managing costs and guaranteeing quality
With a volume of €150 million per year, purchasing is a key factor for Saverglass in managing costs. From operating costs to investments, the purchaser ensures the quality of the products and services ordered. This double requirement means that purchasers are responsible for preparing, negotiating, setting up and monitoring Group purchases within the product families entrusted to them: energy, raw materials, investments, transport, molds, packaging, consumables, etc.
A global overview of the purchasing process
Even though purchasers must show determination in their transactions, their mission is not limited to negotiating prices. Their job includes: qualitative research on new products and suppliers (sourcing); securing contracts through thorough and accurate preparations; rigorous management of payment conditions, deadlines and procedures for orders; monitoring of service quality and any complaints with suppliers.
The sales Manager are the Saverglass Group ambassadors for a portfolio of clients within a geographical sector. They represent the image of the Group brand far and wide and display their expertise in following-up and developing a demanding client base that will value the products. As part of a team with the Sales Assistants, a Sales Manager works on all aspects of the commercial relationship: taking orders, specific developments (glass and decoration), quality management, monitoring of client services and any complaints.
Canvasser and field agent
To further strengthen its position as a global specialist for high-end bottles, Saverglass scrutinizes and anticipates the needs of its target markets. As a canvasser and field agent, the Sales Manager is attentive to discovering new needs and reporting on the situation in terms of the markets, competition and pricing to the Sales and Marketing Department. They work on specific assignments or market studies, enabling Saverglass to define the focus for its industrial and sales strategy.