Our suppliers are our most important link to global procurement markets
Titgemeyer is a global enterprise. We produce forward-thinking fastening technology and transport technology at international sites.
A trusting, sustainable working partnership with our employees, customers and you – our suppliers – is the key to our success. With this in mind, we place the same high demands on you as we do on ourselves.
When it comes to strategic and far-sighted issues, we run purchasing activities centrally through Osnabrück. Added to this, a team of purchasers is on hand for you at every one of our locations.
A collaborative partnership is the basis for our procurement policy
Wowing customers is our uppermost goal. We achieve this through our partnered suppliers and us dedicating ourselves to doing this every single day.
Are you looking to work with us relentlessly to meet the ever-growing challenges of fastening technology and transport technology? Then, we are looking for you.
How do I apply to be a supplier?
Essentially, you can reach us through any of the usual channels – by phone, letter, e-mail or fax. Help us by supplying a brief description of your company and the range of services you offer!
You will also find a voluntary disclosure template for suppliers in our Download section. The data you provide will allow us to gain a quick first impression.
How do I find the right person to contact?
You will find our points of contact in Purchasing under the Contacts section, along with their contact details. We will be happy to point you in the right direction should you be looking for other contacts within our company.
What products are of interest to Titgemeyer?
For us, all products and services are fundamentally of interest that relate to fastening technology and transport technology. We are especially interested in innovative solutions as well as products of high beneficial value to customers.
What requirements do I need to meet as a supplier?
A vital pre-requisite for us is your ability to prove that your processes and procedures result in a uniformly high level of product and service quality. Accreditation in compliance with an established quality system in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001 is desired but not obligatory.