The Design of Collaborative Procurement Strategy in the Subsidiaries of a Gas Administrator Company

Elfrina Anggraeni, Dr Ir Hari Wijayanto MSI

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to determine how much
efficiency and feasibility from the design of collaborative
procurement strategy on three subsidiaries from PT Induk that
runs in gas sectors. The methodology used in this study is CostBenefit

Analysis approach, with criteria of calculation Present
Value (PV), Future Value (FV), and Benefit-Cost Ratio (B/C
Ratio). This study found that the procurement process at the three
subsidiaries with the classification of materials/ parts is a
redundant process and inefficient. A calculation in this study
proves that the collaboration which has been done by three
subsidiaries is more efficient if implemented with the
collaboration procurement strategy on the classification of
material/ parts by specifying the manufacturer and the right
quantity so as to reduce the cost it does cost sharing. The result
B/C ratio showed 8,19 indicating this collaboration strategy
should be feasible.

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