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Global procurement

The Wacker Neuson Group operates worldwide. 
As such, our procurement chain is also international by nature. As a leading global manufacturer of high-quality light and compact equipment, we work with companies who share our values. 

Production procurement

The Wacker Neuson Group procures materials at several different locations. There are seven commodity categories, each consisting of several subcommodities:

PTR – Powertrain
  • Carburetors
  • Clutches & Couplings
  • Coolers & Radiators
  • Combustion Engines
  • Engine Parts
  • Exhaust Systems Items
  • Fans
  • Air & Diesel Filters
  • Generators
DTR – Drivetrain
  • Axle & Gearboxes
  • Bearing
  • Brake
  • Rubber tracks
  • Gears
  • Driveshafts
  • Power transmission items
  • Shockmounts
  • Slew Drive
  • Towing
  • U/C Components
  • Wheels & Tires
HYD – Hydraulic
  • Hydraulic Motors & Pumps
  • Hydraulic Manifolds & Valves
  • Hydraulic Cylinders
  • Hydraulic Filters
  • Hydraulic Steering Units
  • Central Greasing
F&S – Steel & Fabrications
  • Light Fabrication
  • Heavy Fabrication
  • Stampings
  • Steel tanks
  • Rawmaterial
  • Attachments
C&P – Cast n‘ Plastic
  • Iron Casting
  • Aluminium Casting
  • Forgings
  • Pins
  • Foam & Insulation
  • Formed Hoses
  • FRP-Hoods
  • PDCPD-Hoods
  • Plastic Injection
  • Roto & Blow Mold
  • Molded Rubber & PU
  • Vacuum Drawn Plastics
CAB – Cabin, Interior, Electric/Electronic
  • Cabins
  • Cabin Components
  • Seats
  • HVAC
  • Control Cable & Elements
  • Display Elements
  • Electronic Modules & EMS
  • Steering Components
  • Joysticks
  • Gas springs
  • Lighting
  • Battery
  • Switches / Sensors / Relais
  • Wiring Harness
  • Electric C-parts
  • Radio & Telematic
  • E-Motors
  • Locks, Handles, Hinges
F&F – Fluid n‘ Fasteners, OEM
  • Hydraulic Fittings
  • Hydraulic Hoses
  • Various Hoses
  • Hydraulic Tubes
  • Fasteners
  • Rubber items
  • Gaskets & Seals
  • Springs
  • Caps
  • Labels & Decals

Indirect procurement

The organizational and operational structure of indirect procurement is designed for the permanent and cross-site procurement of indirect services for the Wacker Neuson Group.

Indirect services include all goods, services, rights and information that are not directly incorporated into finished products, or only to a minor extent.

Do you have questions about indirect purchasing? 

Please feel free to contact us directly: 

IT – IT & Digital Solutions
  • ITBS Business Solutions
    Sales and product management, marketing, procurement and supply chain, logistics, manufacturing, HR, engineering
  • ITCT Konnektivität
    WAN, LAN, fixed network
  • ITDB Digital Products and Business
    Rental, Service, Telematics
  • ITDC Data Center
    Server, Storage, Network Components
  • ITDW Digitaler Arbeitsplatz
    Notebooks, tablets, desktop PCs, workstations, printers, conference room systems
  • ITES Enterprise Solutions
    ERP, Identity Management, Workflow Solutions, Collaboration, Certificates, Security and Data Protection
LO – Logistics
  • LOLS Logistics services
    Postage services, warehousing services, customs clearance and clearance, logistic optimization
  • LOPA Packing & Cargo
    Packaging, packaging aids, load carriers, load securing
  • LOTR Transportation services
    Land freight, parcel and express services Sea freight, air freight, mail, warehousing, customs clearance
MC – Marketing, Communication, Events
  • MCAD Advertising and Sponsoring
    Media planning and analysis, advertising placement, sponsoring
  • MCAG agencies
    Communication agencies, digital marketing agencies, translation agencies
  • MCFE Fairs and events
    Exhibition construction, exhibition fees, catering
  • MCMM Marketing Material
    Promotional items and gifts, printed matter, POS
  • MCMP Media production
    graphics, text, photos, film, animation, audio
MO – Mobility
  • MOBT Business Travel
    Hotels, Flights, Long-distance public transport, Non-public transport, Travel agencies, Visa applications
  • MOFL Vehicle fleet
    Vehicles, maintenance, fleet management, energy, vehicle insurance
PS – Professional Services
  • PSAU Revision
  • PSBI Business information
    Creditworthiness and risk assessments, market and competitive information, standards, technical literature
  • PSCB Membership fees
  • PSCE Certifications
    Certifications and certification consulting
  • PSCO Controlling
  • PSCR Sales and customer relations
    Customer Relationship Management, Sales Planning and Consulting
  • PSFI Financial accounting
  • PSHR Staff
    Employee leasing, personnel search and placement, relocation, outplacement, training, occupational health management, HR consulting
  • PSIN Insurances
  • PSIR Investor Relations
  • PSLE Legal services
  • PSMF Production
    Rework & Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI)
  • PSPL Procurement, Logistics, Supply Chain Management
    Purchasing services, supply chain services
  • PSRD Research and development
    Research, product definition and conception, development services, technical documentation/engineering service, product testing and certification
  • PSRM Risk Management
  • PSST Strategy, Merger & Acquisition
  • PSTX Tax services
RF – Real Estate & Facility Management
  • RFBE Building elements / structural engineering
    Roofs and roofing, doors, gates and barriers, windows, skylights and blinds, floors
  • RFBT Technical building equipment
    Sanitary engineering, heating, air-conditioning and ventilation technology, building automation, lighting technology, access and time recording systems, alarm and security systems, elevator technology, fire protection technology, company catering and kitchen technology, waste disposal technology, energy technology
  • RFBU Building
    Planning, construction tendering and contracting, construction, conversion, refurbishment, leasing, marketing, demolition and dismantling
  • RFCO Consumables
    Office supplies, workwear, occupational safety, cleaning, hygiene, first aid and medical products, hospitality
  • RFEN Energy supply
    Energy supply contracts, energy consulting
  • RFFS Facility Services
    Craft services, cleaning services, waste disposal services, occupational safety, pest control, garden and landscape maintenance, property protection, reception services, postal services, catering, moving services, assembly services
  • RFLA Properties
  • RFOE Operating and office equipment
    Furniture and room elements, Portable room systems, Kitchen equipment, Cleaning equipment
  • RFOF Outdoor facilities
    Gardening and landscaping, Boundaries, Paved outdoor surfaces (concrete, asphalt, paving), Signage and advertising installations.
TE – Technology
  • TEAT Assembly technology
    Assembly workstations, assembly devices, presses, mechanical hand and assembly tools, screwdriving technology, handling, filling and dosing technology

    TECO Consumables
    Paints and coatings, component cleaning and pretreatment, first fill products, lubricants, adhesives and sealants, personal protective equipment, other chemical agents
  • TELS Technical Logistics Systems
    Floor Conveyors, Lifting Technology, Storage Technology, Packaging Technology
  • TEPT Production Technology
    Additive Manufacturing Technology, Machining, Workpiece Storage and Handling Systems, Tool Storage and Handling Systems, Workpiece Holder and Clamping Technology, Machine Tools and Accessories, Cutting and Punching Technology, Welding Technology, Bending and Folding Technology, Coating Technology, Workpiece Cleaning Technology, Heat Treatment Technology
  • TEQT Quality Technology
    Functional Testing, Material Testing, Geometry Testing
  • TETS Test Facilities

Quality policy

  • We maintain reliable and uncomplicated business relationships.
  • Our customers know that they can rely on our first-class solutions for their real-world needs.
  • We define our quality benchmarks as a long service life, reliability, ease of operation and repair, low operating costs and compliance with the highest safety standards.
  • Our concept of quality extends beyond our physical products to our customer and distributor relationships.
  • The key to achieving outstanding quality lies in the know-how of our employees. Customer centricity, motivation and people skills are just three of the many strengths they possess.

Our promise

Our network of suppliers enables us to source parts designed to the exceptionally high quality standards expected by our customers worldwide.

Our requirements:
  • Guaranteed quality across all parts supplied.
  • Unwavering compliance with Wacker Neuson Group quality standards and awareness of the importance of a smoothly functioning supplier network.
  • Ongoing measures to systematically secure quality standards.

eSupply program

The goal of our Group-wide supply chain strategy is to implement fully integrated digital business processes. We digitalize all procurement-related processes such as orders, order confirmations and call-offs using electronic data interchange (EDI) with our partners.

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Digital procurement

Our procurement strategy is geared towards seamless digital collaboration with our partners to further increase efficiency gains. EDI or our WebEDI platform is the channel of choice for communications with our trading partners.

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Benefits for you

EDI is the key to secure, speedy and efficient processing of everyday business transactions. The technology also offers additional protection and helps ensure traceability.

Further information


EDI Support

The central eSupply team coordinates all EDI processes at the Wacker Neuson Group. Please contact:

EDI Support Center

EDI replaces manual order processing with standardized electronic processes. All procurement documents from our ERP system are converted to a defined message format. This data is then sent automatically to your system via a mutually defined communication channel. This means that once the technical details have been defined (see specifications), suppliers with their own EDI infrastructure can communicate directly with Wacker Neuson.

Suppliers who do not have their own infrastructure can use our online eSupply platform (WebEDI), giving our partners the same functionality without them having to invest in IT infrastructure.


Registered WebEDI users can look forward to the following benefits in their day-to-day business dealings with Wacker Neuson:

  • Free use of all services.
  • No investment or IT infrastructure required (all you need is Internet access).
  • End-to-end process flow with uniform data (e.g. order -> order confirmation -> delivery note -> label -> invoice).
  • Easy interaction and collaboration with minimal keying in of data.
  • Transparent overview of all procurement transactions with all Wacker Neuson companies in a single system.
  • Ability to print out standardized material tags/labels.
  • Push notifications for new messages.
  • EDI data displayed in your online browser and as a PDF.
  • Option of printing or downloading data as a text file or PDF.
  • Access management with deputization rules.
  • Help from Wacker Neuson support team.

By registering for WebEDI, you accept the following terms and conditions of use.


Our procurement and supply processes are largely based on established automotive standards defined by the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA).

However, our system can also process messages formatted according to the UN EDIFACT standard and the US ANSI X12 standard. See Messages below for a list of the business processes enabled and supported by our EDI and WebEDI systems.

Goods labeling

To ensure a seamless digital process flow right up to the point of delivery – without having to transition from one medium to another, all goods must be correctly and completely documented using standardized labels according to VDA 4902 or Odette Transport Labels (OTL). You can create these using your own technology or our handy platform if you are a registered WebEDI user.


Wacker Neuson supports the following EDI messages and corresponding processes:

Direction Process EDIFACT D96A VDA ANSI X12
Outgoing  Order  ORDERS 4925 850
Outgoing  Change of order ORDCHG   860
Incoming  Confirmation of order ORDRSP 4926 855
Outgoing Delivery call-off / preview       DELFOR 4905 830
Incoming  Shipping notification DESADV 4913 856
Incoming  Invoice INVOIC 4906 810
Outgoing Invoice INVOIC 4906 810
Label Goods tag   4902  

If necessary, further processes and messages may be supported on request.

Participating companies

Here you can find the list of participating Wacker Neuson companies.


If you are already registered as a Wacker Neuson supplier, contact us at esupply@wackerneuson.com to register and connect to the system.

If you would like to register as a new supplier, please use the form below.

By registering for WebEDI, you accept the following terms and conditions of use and agree that your personal data may be processed.


You can find information on message formats at the following links to standards organizations:
EDIFACT: United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business
VDA: Verband der Automobilindustrie (German Association of the Automotive Industry)
ANSI X12: American National Standards Institute
XML-IDOC: https://sap.com

You can find all relevant technical parameters and individual format descriptions in our EDI guidelines:

1. Germany

850 4010
855 4010
830 4010
856 4010


2. U.S.A.
850 4010
855 4010
830 4010
856 4010

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If so, please fill out the form below. 
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