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For our suppliers

When undertaking procurement, we ensure that costs, quality and sustainability are taken into account. We therefore have a few requirements that apply to our current and future suppliers.

Our invoicing requirements

Most BKK companies have now changed their names and below you will find details about the changes that have taken place.

BKK companyNew nameCompany registration number
BKK ASEviny AS 880 309 102
BKK Spring ASEviny Venture AS 818 908 962
BKK Kundetjenester ASEviny Marked AS927 315 165
BKK Varme ASEviny Termo AS979 427 697
BKK Elsikkerhet ASEviny Elsikkerhet AS994 302 299
BKK Breiband ASEviny Breiband AS988 414 581
BKK Digitek ASEviny Digital AS982 770 297
BKK Produksjon ASEviny Fornybar AS876 944 642
BKK Elektrifisering ASEviny Elektrifisering AS974 332 582
BKK Enotek ASEviny Solutions AS916 036 930

When sending an invoice to one of our companies, we have some guidelines that need to be followed.

  • Invoice shall be submitted in EHF format to the right companyIf you cannot send invoices in an EHF format, you can send them in pdf format to faktura@eviny.no
  • Terms of payment are 30 days
  • Any reminders shall be sent to faktura@eviny.no
  • Invoices, invoice copies or reminders should not be sent to employees' e-mail addresses

Marking invoices

It is important that the fields entitled "your ref" and "order no." are correctly filled in:

  • Your ref. (BuyersReference): the employee number of the person in the company who will receive the invoice. Employee numbers only have 3, 4, or 5 digits.
  • Order no.: ("cac:orderReference"cbc:ID"): if you have received an order from our order system (IBX), the order number must be entered in the field entitled Order no.

Our purchasing strategy

Eviny invests a substantial amount in both new and existing facilities and some of our operations are regulated by the Norwegian Public Procurement Act and the rules contained in the Norwegian Utilities Regulations. These stipulate requirements relating to how we undertake our procurements. These procurements are divided into 5 categories:

  • Contractor
  • Material
  • Consultant
  • ICT
  • Property

Regardless of whether or not a procurement is subject to the regulations, procurements made for Eviny shall be carried out in such a way as to safeguard cost, quality and sustainability (climate/environment, social and financial conditions).

This is based on the following main principles:

  • Competition: equal treatment. Non-discrimination and verifiability
  • Qualified suppliers: our suppliers must document compliance with Eviny's requirements relating to HSE, quality (QA/QS) and finances
  • Social conditions: Eviny will combat any form of corruption and misconduct

In order to ensure that our suppliers comply with the group's requirements in respect of HSE, finances, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and quality (QA/QS), Eviny uses the Achilles qualification service (åpnes i nytt vindu) to search for and prequalify suppliers. Achilles is a joint qualification service for energy companies in the Nordic countries.

The most important measures that a company can introduce in order to become one of our suppliers is to register with Achilles.

Contact Achilles for more information and registration:

Achilles Systems AS, P.O. Box 1817 Myrene, N-4801 ARENDAL

Tel.: +47 37 06 35 30

E-mail: qualification@achilles.com (Åpner epostklient)

www.achilles.com (åpnes i nytt vindu)

We prefer sustainable deliveries

By undertaking good procurement and having active supplier relationships, we contribute towards ensuring sustainable value chains.

For example: waste management, packaging, transport emissions and environmental certification will be important aspects in respect of competitive tendering.

With a clear vision of zero emissions and a desire to be the most sustainable group in Western Norway, we require our suppliers to:

  • actively contribute towards compliance with the UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • minimise harmful emissions and waste production in a life cycle perspective
  • comply with international business ethics conventions (CSR)
  • avoid violating human rights
  • comply with the Regulations relating to wages and working conditions when providing services