International sourcing with great customer service


What Makes Up Procurement Services?



Whatever you need, wherever it is, we’ll find it for you at the best value including cost, shipping, and transportation fees.


Distribution and Delivery

Not only do we deliver on-time and to-cost, we’re happy to spread the wealth for you, and we’ll meet any deadline you give us.

TWI’s proven sourcing and procurement approach balances speed, quality and cost to best meet the needs of the client within the context of the regions in which they operate.

Our highly responsive sourcing and procurement model meets the exact needs of our clients – mission-critical functions identified in the supply chain planning process, complex regulatory and compliance requirements, timing and more are all part of our optimization model.

Local. Regional. Global.

Local and regional sourcing reduces transportation costs and time for you, while boosting the economy and community of your operations. TWI has significant sourcing experience all around the world, allowing us to consistently identify and vet qualified vendors who can meet our requirements, and your standards.

Our on-ground sourcing and procurement staff are fluent in local languages, customs, and business practices. You can trust their guidance in all things regional.

TWI’s global sourcing footprint is impressive—and invaluable. We’ve been busy over the past 17 years, building relationships and developing a network of suppliers on nearly every continent. These relationships, coupled with our purchase volume, allow many of our suppliers to receive the best possible pricing and delivery lead times in the market.

Leverage our network of trusted and proven connections for your sourcing needs.

Procurement Outsourcing & Technology

TWI offers the ExPRSS procurement information system to our customers, built specifically to support contingencies and expedite remote procurement operations.

Market pricing information and supplier performance rankings in the system allow us to quickly identify qualified suppliers, solicit bids, and rank based on specific projects or requirements—both historical and current.


Requirements Planning