Interested in becoming a Bombardier supplier? One of the first steps is ensuring that your company fulfills our quality and commercial requirements. These requirements are different depending on whether the products or services you offer contribute directly or indirectly to aircraft manufacturing:
Directly related to aircraft
Indirectly related to aircraft
ISO 14000 (if applicable)
National Aerospace and Defense Contractor Accreditation Program (NADCAP)
ISO 9000 (for tooling, tooling fabrication and cutting tools)
Quality requirements (QD 4.6)
For all suppliers, we consider the following commercial characteristics as part of our selection process:
Willingness and ability to share market risk
Systems or services facilities capabilities
Supplier Code of Conduct
In order to manage the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly changing global environment, Bombardier has become a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact.
In 2008, we launched our company-wide Supplier Code of Conduct, which is consistent with the United Nations Global Compact. By signing it, suppliers commit to high labour standards and to regularly self-audit their performance with regard to the following areas:
Human rights and labour law
Environment and governance standards
Suppliers must report non-compliances and develop corrective action plans. Bombardier may investigate and audit suppliers. Should you be selected as a potential supplier, you will be requested to sign the Bombardier Aerospace Supplier Code of Conduct.