We continually seek sustainable partnerships that contribute to value generation. We encourage our suppliers to deliver quality under competitive commercial conditions, while respecting their legal obligations, the environment, people, and the diversity of the regions in which they operate.
One of Citrosuco’s values is integrity, and the company reiterates its commitment to ethics, transparency, laws, and regulations in force with all those with whom it has relationships, based on objective criteria and without discrimination in the evaluation of third parties.
It is an essential condition for hiring that employees, customers, suppliers, partners, government or private agents, located in Brazil and abroad, know and apply the guidelines provided for in our policies and Code of Conduct.
Should you have any doubt, suggestion, or report of possible breach of the Code of Conduct, we recommend that you access Citrosuco’s Channel of Conduct. The information received is treated confidentially, securely, and impartially.
Our suppliers have their own communication space with the company: SAP’s Ariba Portal, a specific system for negotiations with Citrosuco.
Through Ariba, it is possible to exchange documents via the Internet, access data, and register new suppliers, among other features. The system brings greater confidence, agility, traceability, and efficiency to our business.
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The documents listed here are necessary for the homologation process and essential for the supplier to become our partner.
Note: for the supply of items and services considered critical for our processes, a specific homologation process is required.
To choose the current account credit option, it is necessary to present a receipt with the following information: corporate name, Corporate Taxpayer Identification Number (CNPJ), bank, branch, and bank account (a check or bank statement, for instance).
As additional information, Citrosuco always concentrates its payments on the 10th, 20th, and 30th of each month.
• Who can register?
Any corporate entity domiciled or based in Brazil, that fully complies with the registration conditions, upon presentation of the documentation requested by Citrosuco.
• Documents for homologation of critical items (inputs and materials)
For the supply of items and services considered critical for our processes, a specific homologation is required, which requires the presentation of other documents, depending on the type of material and criticality involved.
• Can I register more than one CNPJ?
Yes. Head office and branches can be registered independently.
• Can I change the CNPJ registered in the Citrosuco profile?
No. You can only update the registration data and State Registration number. To include another CNPJ, a new registration must be made.
If you are interested in being our partner in the supply of fruit for our industry, please contact one of our regional offices and we will be happy to help you in this process.
Get to know the Trilhar Program and access the Citrus Farmer’s Portal and the ProteCitrus list.
The Citrosuco Fruit Supply team is at your disposal!
The Citrus Farmer’s Portal is a tool created by Citrosuco, linked to the new SAP 4 Hana, in which you can make your biweekly reports of orchard spraying and access important information about your business, such as financial statements and receipt of fruit in our industries.
The Portal is more practical, dynamic and can be accessed by your mobile. Click here to access your Citrus Farmer’s Portal.Access the Citrus Farmer's Portal here
ProteCitrus — Produtos para Proteção da Citricultura (Citriculture Protection Products) replaces the former PIC List. With its reformulation, the new model is no longer just an indication list of agricultural pesticides, but it raises its status to a voluntary program in the industry for the protection of citriculture, expanding the requirements for the registration of a product on the list and anticipating trends and regulations of the various international markets.
ProteCitrus is made up of a committee, made up of research institutes, consultants and juice producing industries, which meets periodically for analysis and updates. The objective is to connect the citrus farmer with the demands of governments and customers in view of the global demand for food production with the least possible environmental impact, further improving the sustainable techniques practiced in Brazilian citriculture. (Source: Fundecitrus)Access the List of Allowed Products here