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  • Belgium: SPIE announces the second edition of its Suppliers Innovation Challenge in December 2018 | SPIE

    Erwin De Bock, Director of Strategy, Business Development, M&A and Purchasing at SPIE Belgium, does not hide his enthusiasm for this new edition. At SPIE, we make a point of choosing our suppliers according to a number of strict criteria, including sense of innovation
  • Ecovadis 2018 ratings: SPIE once again in the top 1% of the most sustainable companies | SPIE

    Special mention made of good practices in sustainable purchasing... Since 2010, the Group's score has continued to improve across the 21 environmental, social, ethical and sustainable purchasing evaluation criteria. SPIE particularly distinguished itself in the area of sustainable purchasing... SPIE's sustainable purchasing policy, which is a priority of the Group's purchasing strategy for 2020, has been awarded ten additional points in 2018, propelling SPIE to its highest ever score in the EcoVadis ratings (76/100). Moreover, thanks to this score, SPIE was awarded the CSR award in the SBF 80 category of' the Grands prix du Gouvernement d" Entreprise" (grand prizes for corporate governance) organised by L'Agefi
  • SPIE and CommScope extend their collaboration | SPIE

    At the same time, this form of collaboration provides the best purchasing conditions and an extensive commercial collaboration. International businesses also are interested in our solutions
  • SPIE creates an E-Mobility division in Switzerland led by Peter Arnet | SPIE

    He then became purchasing manager within the Alpiq InTec group, where he restructured strategic purchasing. In 2011, he initiated the creation of and managed the company Alpiq E Mobility
  • Corporate social responsibility: SPIE placed in the top 1% of the 2017 EcoVadis ratings | SPIE

    SPIE's CSR policy was assessed over four different areas: ethics, responsible purchasing, the environment and its social dimension. The 21 extremely demanding assessment criteria imposed by EcoVadis are based on international sustainable development standards such as the Global Reporting Initiative, the ISO 26000 standard and the UN Global Compact