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The Purchasing Section of Total Kenya PLC is responsible for the purchasing and procurement of all non-petroleum goods and services required by all departments of the company, both for internal use and for re-sale to our customers. This includes managing the company's purchasing tender process. Additionally, the Section manages the disposal of assets that are no longer required for the company's business.

It is also responsible for registration of new suppliers, maintaining the supplier database, coordinating contractor performance improvements, enforcing of purchasing controls and best practices, and, managing supplier relationships.

The objectives of the Purchasing Section are to ensure that the right quantity and quality of goods and services are supplied to Total Kenya PLC on time and at the right total cost of acquisition through a competitive sourcing process- satisfying internal and external customers' needs, in accordance with their needs specifications and scopes of works.

Potential suppliers may apply for registration by sending their company profiles to the email address provided below. Once registered, suppliers are invited to participate in our purchasing process through Request for Quotations, Request for Proposals or Invitations to Tender depending on the nature and amount of the purchase.

You may contact us at [email protected]

 

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It has come to our attention that unscrupulous individuals and companies are unlawfully using Total Kenya’s name to defraud unsuspecting business people and organizations. The fraud is perpetrated by the fraudsters posing as employees of Total Kenya while others purport to be agents of the company. We advise the public to be alert and vigilant to avoid being victims of such fraud. If you come across any information pertaining to Total Kenya’s procurement that you are unsure about, please contact our Purchasing section through [email protected] for verification. You can also reach us through other contacts available in this website.

We encourage you to promptly report to the Police any suspected fraud case of this nature for appropriate investigations and subsequent action. Be alert!