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Supply Chain Management
We expect our suppliers to meet minimum standards for a good environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance, including respect for human rights.
In order to maintain the quality of the network and meet the new connection requirements, we keep investing in our network in 14 provinces located in the 3 distribution regions and deliver uninterrupted electricity to over 21 million users and almost 10 million customers. The investments require us to manage thousands of constructions projects at various sizes across the regions, hence supply chain management plays a critical role.
We have approximately 732 suppliers involved in the construction of infrastructures and power plants, construction, repair and maintenance of our distribution network, construction and renovation of buildings and purchasing of goods and services. Of these, 29 are tier-1 critical suppliers. Our supplier network consists only of local suppliers.
As a company that takes its responsibilities seriously, we are committed to doing business ethically, respecting human rights, protecting the environment and ensuring proper work conditions.
We expect our suppliers to share our commitment to high ESG standards and have processes in place to ensure that they do. In this respect, we ask our Suppliers to commit to Enerjisa Supplier Code of Conduct and Compliance Statement and accept to comply with Enerjisa Enerji Anti Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy as well as the OHS and Environmental Policies.
For us the quality and the sustainability of our supply chain is very important. We therefore keep supporting our suppliers and business partners via:
Training: We provide our suppliers training in different topics.
Supplier Financing: Especially during turbulent macroeconomic environments, suppliers have difficulty in terms of reaching financing, which risks their financial sustainability. We provide supplier financing in agreement with banks to our suppliers and ensure their financial stability.
We also try to minimize our environmental impact and care about circular economy for our supply chain management. In this respect we focus to:
Maximise recycling: We separate and recycle copper from scrap metals and waste cables.
Reduce CO2 emissions and fuel consumption: We are evaluating the use of hybrid and/or electric vehicles with field units and the Administrative Affairs Directory. In 2020, the project test phase will begin following pilot practices. In addition to this, with the completed tower crane optimization project between Silifke and Kozan, we aim to reduce the fuel consumption of cranes by 35% in 2020.