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Top 10 country suppliers to UNICEF
Photo credit: Boegh on Flickr
UNICEF procured more
than $2.8 billion in supplies
and services in 2013. More
than $2 billio...
Photo credit: Pippa Ranger, Innovation Advisor, DFID
India
$675.8 million
Main commodities purchased:
vaccines and other m...
Photo credit: David Goehring on Flickr
United states
$342.6 million
Main commodities purchased:
vaccines and nutritious fo...
Photo credit: UNICEF Belgium
Belgium
$316 million
Main commodities purchased:
vaccines and other medicines
3
Top 5 supplie...
Photo credit: Andreas Kusumahadi
Switzerland
$196.7 million
Main commodities purchased:
medicines and bed nets
4
Top 5 sup...
Photo credit: Gilles Couteau
France
$191.8 million
Main commodities purchased:
medicines and medical supplies
5
Top 5 supp...
Photo credit: Gueorgui Tcherednitchenko
Denmark
$127.5 million
Main commodities purchased:
international freight forwardin...
Photo credit: Cymba Mobile Marketing
United Kingdom
$70.1 million
Main commodities purchased:
transport and other services...
Photo credit: Roy Ng
China
$49.1 million
Main commodities purchased:
education and medical supplies
8
Top 5 suppliers
1. T...
Photo credit: Antonio Zugaldia
Germany
$36.9 million
Main commodities purchased:
medicines and nutritious food and supplem...
Photo credit: UNICEF/Pakistan/2010/ZAK
Pakistan
$34.7 million
Main commodities purchased:
IT and office supplies and other...
Photo credit: Boegh on Flickr
Read the full story on UNICEF’s 2013 procurement on Devex.com.
Check out more practical busi...
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Top 10 Country Suppliers to UNICEF

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UNICEF procured more than $2.8 billion in supplies and services in 2013, of which 73 percent came from just 10 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 10 top country suppliers to the U.N. children’s agency.

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  1. 1. Photo credit: Boegh on Flickr Top 10 country suppliers to UNICEF
  2. 2. Photo credit: Boegh on Flickr UNICEF procured more than $2.8 billion in supplies and services in 2013. More than $2 billion, or around 73 percent, came from these 10 countries.
  3. 3. Photo credit: Pippa Ranger, Innovation Advisor, DFID India $675.8 million Main commodities purchased: vaccines and other medicines 1 Top 5 suppliers 1. Serum Institute of India Ltd. 2. Haffkine Bio-Pharmaceutical Corp. 3. Biological E Ltd. 4. Mylan Laboratories Ltd. 5. Hetero Labs Ltd. $367.7 million $55.1 million $49.8 million $38.2 million $25.5 million
  4. 4. Photo credit: David Goehring on Flickr United states $342.6 million Main commodities purchased: vaccines and nutritious food and supplements 2 Top 5 suppliers 1. Pfizer Inc. 2. Merck & Co. Inc. 3. Tabatchnick Fine Foods Inc. 4. Mana Nutritive Aid Products Inc. 5. Edesia $219.1 million $19.5 million $10.3 million $6.4 million $6 million
  5. 5. Photo credit: UNICEF Belgium Belgium $316 million Main commodities purchased: vaccines and other medicines 3 Top 5 suppliers 1. GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals SA 2. Becton Dickinson International 3. Alpinter SA/NV 4. Michiels Fabrieken NV 5. Purna Pharmaceuticals NV $289.7 million $14.1 million $4.4 million $2.3 million $1.5 million
  6. 6. Photo credit: Andreas Kusumahadi Switzerland $196.7 million Main commodities purchased: medicines and bed nets 4 Top 5 suppliers 1. Crucell Switzerland AG 2. Vestergaard Frandsen Group SA 3. BASF Agro BV Arnhem 4. Novartis Pharma Services AG 5. Open Systems AG $126.7 million $35.9 million $18 million $6.7 million $3.4 million
  7. 7. Photo credit: Gilles Couteau France $191.8 million Main commodities purchased: medicines and medical supplies 5 Top 5 suppliers 1. Sanofi Pasteur 2. Nutriset SAS 3. Apelem Groupe Dms 4. Vergnet Hydro 5. Médécins Sans Frontières $97.1 million $76.2 million $2.4 million $1.9 million $1.6 million
  8. 8. Photo credit: Gueorgui Tcherednitchenko Denmark $127.5 million Main commodities purchased: international freight forwarding 6 Top 5 suppliers 1. Kuehne & Nagel A/S 2. Scan Global Logistics A/S 3. Damco International A/S 4. Atea A/S 5. DSM Nutritional Products A/S $48.9 million $30.9 million $17.6 million $8.6 million $5.3 million
  9. 9. Photo credit: Cymba Mobile Marketing United Kingdom $70.1 million Main commodities purchased: transport and other services 7 Top 5 suppliers 1. Toyota Gibraltar Stockholdings Ltd 2. Dulas Ltd 3. Morningside Pharmaceuticals Ltd 4. Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine 5. Jankel Armouring Ltd $12.9 million $8.8 million $5.7 million $3.2 million $3.2 million
  10. 10. Photo credit: Roy Ng China $49.1 million Main commodities purchased: education and medical supplies 8 Top 5 suppliers 1. Tianjin Yorkool International 2. Guilin Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. 3. ITI Company (Shanghai) Ltd. 4. Beijing Global Links Medical 5. Anhui Tiankang Medical Products Co. $8.9 million $7 million $5 million $3 million $2.4 million
  11. 11. Photo credit: Antonio Zugaldia Germany $36.9 million Main commodities purchased: medicines and nutritious food and supplements 9 Top 5 suppliers 1. Rudolf Lohmann GmbH & Co. KG 2. Seca GmbH & Co. KG 3. MSI GmbH 4. Helm Medical GmbH 5. Chempatex Medizinische $6.8 million $4.6 million $4.2 million $3.7 million $3.3 million
  12. 12. Photo credit: UNICEF/Pakistan/2010/ZAK Pakistan $34.7 million Main commodities purchased: IT and office supplies and other services 10 Top 5 suppliers 1. Chip Training and Consulting 2. Interflow Communications Pvt Ltd. 3. Zeb Trading Corp. 4. Integrated Health Services 5. Prime Services $6.6 million $2.4 million $2.3 million $1.9 million $1.7 million
  13. 13. Photo credit: Boegh on Flickr Read the full story on UNICEF’s 2013 procurement on Devex.com. Check out more practical business and development advice online, and subscribe to Money Matters to receive the latest procurement and fundraising news.
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