Strong relationships with our partners are essential to achieving our aim to become the safest, lowest cost, most profitable iron ore producer.
To this end, it is the objective of the Procurement and Supply Chain team to achieve value for money and maximise supplier performance in procurement activities.
Ensuring our mining operations benefit local communities is central to Fortescue’s vision and values and we facilitate the fulfilment of this commitment by giving preference to suppliers who demonstrate either local content or Aboriginal engagement. Find out more about Fortescue’s Billion Opportunities program here.
Fortescue has made a public commitment to ensure there is no slavery or forced labour used in the operations of our suppliers and their business partners. Find out more about the business-wide policies and processes we are using to detect and prevent instances of human rights abuse here.
Click here to view Fortescue’s Procurement Policy
If your business is interested in becoming a supplier of goods or services to Fortescue, please register your interest here. Please include a profile of the products or services offered by your business and how it meets local content or Aboriginal engagement objectives.
If your business is local to the Pilbara, Fortescue regularly searches the ICN and epilbara databases for suppliers to participate in tender opportunities.
Click here to view Fortescue’s Standard Terms and Conditions
Click here to view Fortescue's Standard Terms and Conditions - Ecuador (English and Spanish)
Click here to view the Iron Bridge Operations Standard Terms and Conditions
Click here to view Fortescue’s Conditions of Tender