Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Evaluation

To ensure that all materials, contracted designs, and construction and manufacturing operations supplied from CTCI's ("the Company's") suppliers and  partner firms all comply with the CTCI's quoted price and clients requirement in  terms of quality, safety, health, environmental protection, price, and deadlines,  after an engineering project has commenced, the project procurement manager  and buyers of our procurement Department conduct midterm/final evaluations  and project evaluations every 6 months. These evaluations are performed on  the suppliers and partner firms who provide equipment and supplies according  to Project Evaluation of Suppliers and Subcontractors Procedure. In 2016,  we conducted 756 midterm / final evaluations on 396 vendors, of which 665  evaluations were conducted on suppliers, 91 on contractors, and the average  score was 8.05 points.  

Mutual Growth with Suppliers

Sustainable Supply Chain Development Strategy

CTCI Corporation and its suppliers/subcontractors work hand-in-hand and grow with each other. In order to pursue success toward the international market together with the supply chain, we shall first focus our collective efforts on catering to project owners' requirements and ensuring project quality, safety, health, environment, prices, and deadlines.

Zero Tolerance for Damages to Integrity:

concerned about whether our  suppliers  comply  with  the  principles  of  honest management. Every quarter, we refer to the blacklisted vendors published by the Government e-Procurement System. If any of our vendors are found violating the Government Procurement Act and suspended, CTCI shall treat them in the same manner. However, if any of them are suspended due to honesty problems, we will terminate mutual collaboration permanently.


Full Protection of Employee Rights:

CTCI is highly attentive to the employee rights of our vendors. When it comes to subcontractors' turn to perform construction work, we have regulated that their employees should all be covered with mandatory labor and health insurance.

Zero Work Accidents:

CTCI especially pays attention to the safety, health, and environment on project sites. Hence, we "request all vendors to comply with all work safety-related requirements in order to provide a safe workplace for all of their employees." CTCI regularly publishes HSE Newsletters to closely track the workplace safety status of each construction site.

Local Procurement:

CTCI always draws up a procurement plan to purchase any item or service, and we adopt local procurement or global procurement approaches. Unless it is necessary or otherwise, local procurement should be the primary option. This way, we can reduce the carbon footprint caused by transportation logistics.

Supply Chain Management KPI

Goals in 2016

Level of completion

Rate of completion

Goals in 2017

Supplier Code of Conduct (200 copies were signed)

1125 copies


Signing of Vendor's Commitment on Corporate Sustainable Management

Supplier sustainability research conducted on 200 suppliers

757 copies of survey were sent. 279 copies were recovered


Supplier sustainability research. 70% of Tier 1 vendors survey completed

Supplier assessment 500 copies

756 assessments completed, 665 from suppliers and 91 from contractors


Completed at least 500 supplier assessments

Visited 30 suppliers

Visited 37 suppliers globally


Conducted auditing process on CSR high-risk vendors

Coached 10 suppliers to become qualified vendors for overseas projects

6 suppliers

(became SABIC qualified vendors)


Coached 5 more suppliers to become qualified vendors for overseas projects

10 suppliers enhanced CSR awareness

10 suppliers


Organized the suppliers conference to enhance vendors' corporate social responsibility