Purchasing Department

As a technology leader for communications systems used in vehicles, transport companies, other businesses and institutions, we seek creative and quality-oriented suppliers on a worldwide level.

Our goal is to fulfil our customers’ wishes flexibly and to the greatest possible degree by using state of the art production methods and new communications techniques.

Companies who offer competitive services at world market prices have good prospects for long-term cooperation with Funkwerk Kölleda.

To be a Funkwerk supplier you will need to fulfil the following requirements

  • You have a quality system setup to DIN ISO 9000 and ff.
  • You react flexibly and on schedule to our needs
  • You can fulfil our high logistics requirements
  • You offer the necessary order processing service
  • You provide us with technical support and advice
  • You accept our General Terms and Conditions of Purchase
  • You are reliable regarding the contractual terms
  • You offer low cost prices and delivery costs
  • You conclude a Quality Assurance Agreement with us

We want to motivate our suppliers to be the providers of ideas, in order to be able to supply our own customers with continuously improving alternative solutions to problems.
We want to try out new opportunities for mutually beneficial working relationships with our suppliers.
For us, our purchasing strategy performs a key function between the sales and procurement markets.

If you, as a supplier, meet the requirements profile described above and are interested in working with us, please make the initial contact.

Business to Business

With ever-increasing globalisation, close partnerships with suppliers are becoming more and more important. Electronic networking enables us to permanently improve performance and to considerably reduce costs on both sides.

We therefore continuously seek e-suppliers in order to implement electronic procurement solutions.

Order processes via the internet enable us to realise procurement with high process cost savings.

Our suppliers are able to offer their products in electronic catalogues and to achieve paperless order processing, from materials management to materials management.

Let us know if you are interested in such solutions.

Purchasing department structure

Structure

Gabriel Heinecke

gabriel.heinecke@funkwerk.com

Phone: +49 (0) 3635 458 410

Chief purchaser
Head of purchase department
Annette Boblenz

annette.boblenz@funkwerk.com

Phone: +49 (0) 3635 458 451

Deputy Chief purchaser

  • Mechanical Components (drawing-bound modules),
  • Cables, wires,
Annette Genth

annette.genth@funkwerk.com

Phone: +49 (0) 3635 458 453

Purchaser

  • Active and passive components,
  • Transformers,
  • Quartz,
  • Labels,
Sandra Koch

sandra.koch@funkwerk.com

Phone: +49 (0) 3635 458 441

Purchaser

  • Printed circuit board,
  • Power supplies,
  • Electronic assemblies,
  • Displays, LCDs, loudspeaker,
  • Microphones, antennas,
Melanie Werther

melanie.werther@funkwerk.com

Phone: +49 (0) 3635 458 404

 

Purchaser

  • Plastic components, DIN and standard parts
  • Cable and conductors,
  • Heat shrink tubes and other fastening material,
  • Investment, services and indirect materials,
Franziska Zander 

franziska.zander@funkwerk.com

Phone: + 49 (0) 3635 458 456

Purchaser

  • Elektro mechanics,
  • Relays,
  • Fuses, inductions,
Anke Hildebrandt

anke.hildebrandt@funkwerk.com

Phone: +49 (0) 3635 458 455

Purchaser
Responsible disposition

 

Overview of requirements

Overview of requirements

The following requirements overview gives an example of our current purchasing plan for production materials.

Furthermore, reference is also made to the requirements for our project transactions and other requirements.

Electronic componentsPrinted boards
ElectromechanicsPower supply units
Mechanical ComponentsElectronic assemblies
Cable and leadsPrinting products
Standard partsTransformers, reactors, coils
Electrical installation materialsInsulating materials
Production supplies
Computing MaterialsServices
Office suppliesProduction tools
Packaging materialsPlastic components
Wage workMerchandise
Trade suppliesInvestments