Purchasing Department

Purchasing Department of FAMAK SA ensures that purchased materials meet all relevant requirements and standards, in full awareness that they have a significant impact on the process of implementation of the project and the quality of the final product. Materials are acquired from reliable manufacturers and suppliers who operate on a system of standards and regulations which ensure high quality of products and services.

Manufacturers and retailers of metallurgical materials, technical articles, electrical, paint, etc., are invited to cooperation with our company. Feel free to contact via the Supplier`s Form.

Nasze Zaopatrzenie

Principles of cooperation between famur famak and suppliers

Order fulfilment conditions


1. The contract is concluded on the basis of a written order when the orderer receives from the supplier an acknowledgement of receipt of the order under the conditions indicated therein, in writing, by fax or e-mail. The conditions of performance of the contract can only be accepted without reservation. The application of the supplier's general terms and conditions for order fulfilment is also excluded.
2. An order ceases to be binding if it is not accepted for fulfilment within 2 days of its receipt.
3. By accepting the order, the supplier confirms that he has the financial and technical means to fulfil the order in a timely and proper manner.
4. The quality of the subject matter of the order shall be accepted by the supplier's quality control. The orderer reserves the right to receive the quality of the order object from the supplier before it is sent to the orderer.
5. The supplier is obliged to provide, together with the subject of the order, the required control, quality, technical and movement documentation and others.
6. Delivery of the aforementioned documents after this deadline extends the payment period specified in the order by the number of days that elapsed from the delivery of the subject of the order until the delivery of the required documents.
7. The confirmation of delivery of the subject of the order shall be an acceptance protocol signed without reservations by an authorised representative of the orderer, constituting the basis for issuing an invoice. In the case of a defect in the delivered subject of the order, the orderer shall set a deadline for the supplier to remove it. Removal of the defect within the prescribed period does not exclude the possibility of charging the contractual penalty referred to in item 11.
8. The supplier provides a quality guarantee for the subject of the order for a period of 24 months from the date of signing the acceptance protocol, unless the parties agreed otherwise. During the guarantee period, the supplier is obliged to remove the defect at his own expense by repairing or replacing the subject of the order or its elements with a defect-free one, according to the orderer's choice, immediately, but no later than within 7 days from the date of reporting the defect by the orderer.
9. After the period for the removal of reported defects specified in item 9 has expired ineffectively, the orderer may remove the defect on its own or have it removed by a third party at the cost and risk of the supplier without the need to obtain court authorisation for substitute performance and without losing its rights under the quality guarantee and warranty for defects.
10. The supplier shall be fully liable to the orderer for compensation for non-performance or improper performance of the order. In particular, if, as a result of the delivery of defective materials by the supplier, the orderer incurs any additional costs (e.g. disassembly, reassembly) or is charged with any amounts due by third parties (e.g. contractual penalties, compensation for late or defective performance of the orderer's final product resulting from defective materials delivered by the supplier), the supplier shall be obliged to return them to the orderer within the period set by the latter.
11. In case of a delay in fulfilling the obligations arising from the order, the supplier shall pay a contractual penalty of 1% of the gross order value for each day of delay.
12. The supplier shall pay a contractual penalty of 10% of the gross order value in the event of withdrawal from the contract by the orderer for reasons attributable to the supplier.
13. The orderer is entitled to claim additional compensation if the contractual penalties do not cover the damage suffered.
14. The orderer shall be entitled to withdraw from the contract concluded as a result of the acceptance of the order if the delay in the fulfilment of the order exceeds 7 days and in the event of defective fulfilment of the subject of the order and failure to remove the defect within the time limit set by the orderer pursuant to item 7. The statement of withdrawal may be submitted within 60 days from the date on which the grounds for withdrawal are stated.
15. The supplier shall include a declaration of origin on the invoices for delivery, i.e. "The goods were made in Poland", "The goods were made in (specify country)". The supplier is responsible for improper packaging, improper marking of the subject of the order, failure to attach all required documents.
16. The contractor undertakes to maintain the confidentiality of information obtained from the orderer in connection with placing and performing the order. The orderer reserves the right to provide information on cooperation with the supplier to other entities belonging to the TDJ Capital Group.
17. In matters not regulated in the order, the relevant provisions of the Civil Code shall apply.
18. Claims arising from this order and rights related to these claims may not be assigned to third parties without the prior written consent of the orderer.
19. The date of payment of the receivables included in the invoice shall be deemed to be the date of debiting the orderer's bank account.
20. The supplier shall be obliged to have in place an internal system to ensure health and safety at work and environmental protection, to meet the requirements of national standards and regulations.
21. Disputes that may arise in connection with the fulfilment of the order shall be settled by a common court having jurisdiction over the registered office of the orderer.
22. The supplier declares that it has implemented procedures for verifying the reliability of its suppliers and exercises due diligence in order to eliminate the risk of participation in fictitious trade of goods. In particular, the supplier declares to the best of his knowledge that the goods ordered by FAMUR FAMAK SA have not been fictitiously traded at any stage of the supply chain.
23. The Supplier declares that the bank account indicated in the invoice, which is appropriate to receive the payment, shall be on the so-called white list (art. 96b of the VAT Act). Otherwise, the orderer reserves the right to pay to one of the supplier's accounts included in the so-called white list on the date of the wire transfer disposition. The parties unanimously confirm that the absence of at least one account of the supplier on the so-called white list is tantamount to granting a discount of 20% of the order value.
24. The orderer informs that, in accordance with the adopted policy, the payment is made using the split payment mechanism. In case of orders expressed in foreign currency, the parties confirm that the VAT amount shall be paid in PLN in the amount shown on the invoice issued by the supplier.
25. The supplier declares that it duly accounts for all public law receivables.
26. On the basis of the provisions of Article 4c of the Act of 8 March 2013 on counteracting excessive delays in commercial transactions, as amended, FAMUR FAMAK SA declares that it has the status of a large enterprise within the meaning of Annex I to Commission Regulation (EU) No 651/2014 of 17 June 2014 declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market in application of Articles 107 and 108 of the Treaty.
27. The Parties agree that the conditions for the performance of the contract, including the deadline for the performance of the contract, have been determined by the Parties, taking into account that the Regulation of the Minister of Health of 13 March 2020 (Journal of Laws. item 433) in the territory of the Republic of Poland from 14 March 2020 until further notice has declared an epidemic hazard state due to the increasing number of cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection and the above circumstance cannot constitute a basis for an excusable delay in the performance of the contract.

Preventing corruption

The partner agrees to fulfil orders in a manner consistent with the law, respecting human rights, treating everyone with due dignity and respect and complying with the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The partner is committed to preventing accidents at work and providing appropriate working conditions for employees. The partner undertakes to prevent discrimination in its organization by showing everyone due dignity and respect, regardless of gender, age, job title, seniority, appearance, disability, nationality, religion, political beliefs, union membership, religion, wealth, form of employment, etc. The partner declares that it respects the right of employees to freely associate and participate in parties, associations, etc. The partner is committed to integrity, prevention and prevention of corruption. It is forbidden to demand, accept, offer, transfer money or other benefits to the orderer's employees, except for occasional gifts, customary in a given place and time. For each identified case of an attempt to offer, transfer money or other benefits to the employees of the orderer by the partner or its employees, except for the occasional gifts referred to above, the partner shall pay the orderer a contractual penalty in the amount of PLN 50,000, subject to the possibility to claim additional compensation in excess of the amount of the reserved contractual penalty.

Supplier Assessment

We evaluate the suppliers we work with based on multiple important factors. The main components of the assessment that determine further cooperation with the supplier are:

  1. conformity of deliveries with the order, completeness of goods and full documentation i.e. certificates, attestations, warehouse documents,
  2. timely delivery, compliance with the declared deadline,
  3. complaints - whether they occur and number of instances,
  4. certificates held by the supplier.

Before starting cooperation, we encourage you to complete the Supplier Survey and send it through the contact form.


Conditions for receiving electronic invoices

  1. An invoice issued and made available in electronic form (e-invoice), in accordance with the provisions of the VAT Act, is equivalent to sending a paper invoice and constitutes an accounting document (evidence).
  2. The condition for FAMUR FAMAK to receive e-invoices is:
  • submission of a statement by the partner
  • FAMUR FAMAK’s agreement to receive e-invoices,
  • sending electronic invoices by the partner to the e-mail address:,
  • providing by the partner detailed information on the manner of sending electronic invoices, i.e. indicating the electronic mail address from which e-invoices shall be sent to FAMUR FAMAK.

Supplier's Form

1. Please be informed that the controller of your personal data is FAMUR FAMAK SA of Kluczbork, ul. Fabryczna 5, KRS no.: 0000076547, REGON no.: 531102726, NIP tax ID: 7510002119.
2. If you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data, please contact us by e-mail: or in writing to our registered office address.
3. Your personal data will be processed on the basis of the legitimate interest of the controller (Article 6(1)(f) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council) in order to respond to a message sent via the contact form.
4. Your personal data will not be processed automatically, including
in the form of profiling.
5. Your personal data will be kept for the period necessary to respond to sent messages, and after that period – for the period during which the law requires the data to be kept or for the period of limitation of possible claims.
6. You have the right to request access to your personal data, to rectify, delete or restrict the processing, the right to object to the processing, and the right to transfer the data.
7. The data is required for sending messages using the contact form.
The consequence of not submitting the data is that the message cannot be sent.
8. Please note that you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, which is the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.

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