We play an active role in the main growth themes in a world that is rapidly changing: infrastructure, food, energy and climate are the focus of our business. Cities for millions that touch the sky. A richer harvest to feed a growing world. Keeping food fresh and our children warm in a world that can make more out of less.
Our Aspiration: We are Engineering Tomorrow. We passionately push boundaries on results and reputation.
Our Promise: We earn customer loyalty through excellence in Quality, Reliability and Innovation.Our Behaviour: We build our business on trust and integrity. We are innovative in our ambition to exceed expectations. We are global and embrace diversity. We treasure sustainable results.
Our Engineering Tomorrow mindset dates back to September 1, 1933, when Mads Clausen founded Danfoss in his parents’ farmhouse in Nordborg, Denmark. Since then, the business has grown from a solo enterprise into one of the world’s leading suppliers of energy-efficient and innovative solutions.
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If you want to create powerful engineering solutions, drive a sustainable future across infrastructure, food, climate and energy, Danfoss is where you’ll make a real impact.If you are an experienced professional ready to bring forward your ideas, then Danfoss gives you the freedom to do so. If you are a graduate or student wanting to start your career, we give you a range of opportunities for growth. So start engineering tomorrow – today at Danfoss!
Engineering Tomorrow doesn’t just happen. It starts with your commitment to excellence and your determination to delve deeply into complex challenges. That’s why we empower you to take your ideas further: to apply your field of expertise, and to find ever more simple solutions to ever more complex challenges.
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Procurement is handled by a global organization which is divided into a centralized category management team and divisional operational purchasing units. More than 400 colleagues worldwide focus on all procurement areas. Procurement at Danfoss aims to ensure full engagement and commitment towards all commercial levers, Quality, Code of Conduct, and continuous improvements.
Materials and services are divided into four main categories. See the materials relevant to your business and fill out the supplier application.
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What is SNC?SNC (Supply Network Collaboration) is a web based application used to collaborate with our direct material suppliers. The website is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In many cases, the data is updated real time allowing our suppliers to see and react to changes in our orders quickly and efficiently.SNC enables our supplier to access our orders, create acknowledgements and ASNs (Advanced Shipping Notification) and provides additional information such as ERS (Evaluated Receipts Settlements) settlements, goods receipt dates and purchase order history.SNC allows for collaboration between Danfoss Power Solutions and our suppliers with the use of Order acknowledgements and advance shipping notifications.Who uses SNC?SNC was created to fill the need to communicate orders and forecast information to our direct material supply base for those suppliers who do not have EDI capability.
By entering into the Danfoss Power Solutions SNC (Supply Network Collaboration) web site you, as a Supplier to Danfoss Power Solutions, agree to the following conditions:
SNC Communication Agreement, Global, Rev B, 04.08.09
SNC training is provided through the link in this section. Please go through each of the tutorials prior to your go live date (use the link at the bottom of this section).
You may download and print our SNC Quick Reference Guide, which gives a high level overview on how to get forecast, firm orders and how to work with advance shipping notifications.
For questions specific to our orders ie: Due dates, quantities, etc, please contact your Danfoss Power Solutions buyer.For general product enquiries or quotations, please contact your local Danfoss representative (follow the link below).For questions related to the SNC application please submit your request (follow the link below).
BrowserSNC (Supply Network Collaboration) is a web-based application, which means that only a web browser is needed to access the system. SNC is supported by the following browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer (Release 6.00 to 9.0) This browser is provided free of charge from MicrosoftNote: SNC works with Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.0 in compatibility mode.Mozilla Firefox can be used as an alternative browser, but we do not actively test Firefox and cannot guarantee future compatibility.Safari and Google Chrome are not supported by SNC. Download requirements To download orders and forecast information, you will need Microsoft Excel. Excel 2003 and higher are supported. Please refer to the Trouble-Shooting Guide below for download instructions if you use Excel 2000.
Log inYou can Log In to SNC from our corporate web site via the link below.
Supply network collaborationLog in issuesIf you get a message that the page cannot be found after clicking on the accept button, please contact your IT department and have them open Port 44370.
ERS or evaluated receipt settlement is a process that allows Danfoss Power Solutions to make payments to direct material suppliers without relying on the supplier’s invoice.Through the ERS process, Danfoss Power Solutions is able to self-generate invoices using internal business records including purchase order price, goods receipt transaction quantity, payment terms and the invoice date (supplier’s ASN date). Payment is made based on a two-way match (purchase order-receiving transaction) rather than a three-way match (purchase order-invoice-receiving transaction) traditionally used by Accounts Payable Departments.Who will be paid via ERS?ERS will be the standard process used to pay direct material suppliers and a supplier requirement in the United States and where permitted by law. Suppliers will be transitioned to EDI or SNC and ERS in a two-step approach.ERS on-boardingPrior to transitioning to ERS, Danfoss Power Solutions Financial Shared Service Center personnel will contact each supplier and schedule a meeting to walk through the ERS process and answer questions. An additional meeting(s) will be scheduled a few days after the transition to review the process in production and answer questions.ERS supportFor training requests, please contact ps.suppliernet(at)danfoss.comFor questions related to ERS training, the ERS process, or an ERS payment, please contact ps.ers(at)danfoss.com
Accurate pricing and goods receipt transactions are the key to the success of this process.Before beginning ERS, suppliers and their Danfoss Power Solutions Buyer are expected to do a price comparison to ensure price accuracy.Verify price and unitsSuppliers are expected to verify the price, unit of measure, payment terms and currency on a SNC Due List requirement line before shipping against that line. Suppliers must call their Danfoss Power Solutions Buyer if they do not agree with one or more of the four payment related items above.When will the invoice be created?With this change to electronic communication, suppliers will be required to provide an Advance Shipping Notification (ASN) for every shipment. Danfoss Power Solutions Receiving will compare the quantity of physical goods delivered to the quantity shipped provided on the supplier’s ASN(s). If these quantities match, the goods will be received into Danfoss Power Solutions business system. If not, a Danfoss Power Solutions Buyer will contact the supplier to resolve the discrepancy before the receiving transaction takes place. Once the goods receipt transaction takes place, the ERS invoice is created.The price and quality checks above will ensure accurate invoices and timely payments.ASN numberThe supplier’s ASN number is of key importance for Receiving and Remittance purposes. We recommend that supplier’s use their invoice number or pack slip number as their ASN number. This will aid you during the cash application process.Once a supplier is transitioned to ERS, they should not send paper invoices to Danfoss Power Solutions for direct material shipments. If special charges are necessary, please contact your Danfoss Power Solutions Buyer. If the special charges are approved, a separate Purchase Order will be issued. Suppliers will continue to invoice Danfoss Power Solutions for these types of charges.
InvoicesThe amount of the invoice is calculated using the quantity received by Danfoss Power Solutions Receiving multiplied by the unit price on the purchase order (quantity X unit price = amount paid).The ERS invoicing job runs nightly. The ERS invoice date will be equivalent to the supplier’s ASN date. Invoices are generated at the purchase order, item detail level.The invoice due date is calculated using the invoice date (supplier’s ASN date) and the negotiated payment terms.Once generated, ERS invoices are visible within the SNC tool. Suppliers may view an invoice’s status and drill into an invoice to review invoice details.Payment remittance advicesThe Supplier’s ASN and Danfoss’ Power Solutions order number will be referenced on the payment remittance advice. An invoice number will also be referenced on the remittance. This invoice number is a Danfoss Power Solutions internally generated ERS invoice number. It will not be relevant to the supplier receiving payment.
Platform for exchange of business documents.Danfoss Power Solutions prefers to process the B2B communication with their partners via EDI (Electronic Data Interchange), including Forecast, Purchase Orders, Scheduling Agreements, and Advanced Ship Notices.Central components of the EDI concept are the following standards for data interchange: “Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport” (EDIFACT), “American National Standards Institute” (ANSI). All processes are defined, implemented and supported by the Danfoss Power Solutions Global E-Commerce Team with support personnel in Ames, Iowa and Neumunster, Germany. Please direct all comments and questions to email@example.com.VAN and communication information:Danfoss Power Solutions utilizes the IBM Sterling VANProduction ID: ZZ / DANFOSSPSTest ID: ZZ / DANFOSSPSTSTDanfoss Power Solutions Supplier Specifications:
Available links to global standards and supporting templates.
Suppliers can use a 3rd party for sorting, send their own employees to Danfoss Power Solutions to sort, or arrange that Danfoss Power Solutions assists.