The Purchasing Portal is the platform for the electronic management of CAP Group's purchases of works, services and supplies.
CAP has chosen to adopt this e-procurement tool to make the purchasing process simpler, more efficient and sustainable. The use of a digital platform, in fact, makes it easier and safer to exchange data between the company and potential suppliers, ensures maximum transparency and confidentiality of data, strengthens competition and the integrity of the process and drastically reduces CO2 emissions, eliminating the use of paper and transport dedicated to the shipment of documentation. In particular, the CAP Group Purchasing Portal is based on solutions that ensure the highest technological levels in guaranteeing the security and confidentiality of data and transactions.
To access the Reserved Area you must follow the simple registration procedure described on the "Registration" page.
For activities in special sectors, CAP Group applies these regulations pursuant to art. 36 paragraph 8 of the Code according to which "Public companies and business owners with special and exclusive rights for contracts for works, supplies and services for an amount below the Community threshold, falling within the scope defined by articles 115 to 121, shall apply the provisions established in the respective regulations, which, however, must comply with the principles dictated by the EU Treaty for the protection of competition."REGULATIONS ON PUBLIC CONTRACTS - SPECIAL SECTORS
CAP Group gives a great deal of importance to the quality of its suppliers during the course of the agreement, thus, it is published the procedure which defines the main operating modes and responsibilities connected to the management of non-conformities process and corrective action related to CAP Group products and services.
CAP Group pays particular attention to the criteria of environmental and social sustainability in its tender contracts. With a view to maximum transparency, this guide intends to provide the economic operators concerned with the macro-categories that are usually applied in tender contracts for the allocation of technical points *we point out immediately that, due to the specificities of some supplies, the macro-categories shown below may be subject to changes or not be fully applied
CAP Group companies adopt these "Ethical Commitment" documents, in the conviction that the objectives of growth, development and protection of stakeholders must and can be combined with the pursuit of the highest ethical standards, respect for the values underlying social life and with good corporate governance implemented according to clear and shared rules.
On 26 September 2014, CAP Group signed a tender protocol with the Prefect, also signed by the Territorial Labour Directorate, employers' associations and trade unions, which tightens controls on tender contracts and facilitates law enforcement activities.
The SA 8000 Management System is the international certification standard intended to document certain aspects of business management relating to corporate social responsibility: respect for human rights, respect for workers' rights, protection against the exploitation of minors, guarantees of safety and health in the work place.
The annexed documentation is in Italian. The supplier is responsible for any translations required.