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Source:SPX-xian.com   Author:SunLi    2014/4/16 12:25:13   Views:2303  


  

Subcontracting and Partnership Exchanges (SPX), special
programs launched by United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO),
are technical information and promotion mechanisms for industrial subcontracting
between main contractors and subcontractors aiming at integrating the supply and
the demand of both parties to set up a more effective industrial chain. Since
its 20 years practice, the SPX network has covered over 30 countries worldwide.
The overall amount for industrial subcontracting and investment developed
through a Global Outsourcing Network for Industrial Business Alliances (SPX
Club) totaled over $150 billion.


According to the statistics from UNIDO, the mainstream
demands for international main contractors and buyers are concentrated on the
following 6 industrial sectors: machinery, electrical and electronic industries,
chemical industries, metal and nonmetal-working industries, plastic and rubber
industries as well as textile industries, all of which are included in the SPX
services.


The core objective of SPX is to assist international large
enterprises in finding competent subcontractors worldwide to complete the
equipment and spare parts processing and manufacturing; to help the main
contractors lower the costs of production for developing their core competition;
to give assistance to those subcontractors to get more international business
opportunities and orders, to upgrade their productivity. As a member of SPX, a
subcontractor is required to report its capability data in accordance with UN’s
unified standard. Subsequently, the international practice rules and advanced
international industrial chain management system are introduced to facilitate
their adjustment in techniques and quality control progress, and for their
improvement in management. Thus, the subcontractors can have the access to the
related UN network database, which supplies worldwide information especially on
industrial subcontracting and partnership for subcontractors, creating more
business opportunities in a global market conducive to standardization and
internationalization of the enterprises to upgrade their productivity and
competition.