Doing Business with Us
At Suncor, the term “contractor” refers to any organization, company or individual who provides goods and/or services to Suncor.
Contractors play a critical role in helping Suncor achieve its business objectives. All contractors must pre-qualify prior to performing work or providing services to Suncor.
Qualify to be a ContractorReview the process
Suncor’s codes and policies
We expect all suppliers and contractors to be familiar with and to adhere to Suncor’s Supplier Code of Conduct (PDF, 31 pp., 1.75 MB). Our Supplier Code of Conduct highlights the values that are important to Suncor and is a guide to the standard of behaviour expected of all contractors.
Find information about site access and gain access to the online orientation.
As a Suncor contractor you’ll want to know about how our invoicing works.Learn about invoicing requirements and submission process Read about purchase orders and terms and conditions
Suncor has a standard payment term of 60 days from date of the invoice (Net 60).
Suncor is pleased to announce we are automating our procurement and invoicing processes. Our vision is to make the ‘procure to pay process’ as paperless as possible.
Using Ariba’s Spend Management Solution as the technology platform, Suncor is able to send purchase orders to our suppliers and in turn, receive invoices back for processing and payment. A number of our large suppliers have been successfully transacting with other customers using the Ariba Network for some time.
If you have not yet been contacted by your Suncor representative and would like to join the Supplier portal please contact the following:
Supplier Enablement Team at SupplierEnablement@suncor.com.
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