International procurement

In today's interconnected world, organisations are increasingly expanding their operations across borders, seeking new opportunities and tapping into global markets. With such expansion comes the need for acquiring goods and services from international sources, giving rise to the importance of international procurement.

International procurement refers to the process of sourcing, acquiring and managing goods and services from suppliers located in different countries. It involves identifying risk and navigating the complexities of international trade, legal frameworks and logistical challenges to ensure the efficient and cost-effective acquisition of resources.

This section is maintained by Adam Golden of Mott MacDonald.