AURUKUN BAUXITE PROJECT
Our operations depend on and support local businesses. We value all our suppliers, vendors and partners including those based locally.
Glencore’s diverse operations are largely located in rural and regional locations, generating significant economic and social benefits for the businesses and communities located near our sites.
In 2019, we worked with 3,640 Queensland suppliers, spending $4.6 billion on goods and services. This directly translates to stronger local businesses and more regional jobs.
We source key supplies outside the regional area that are generally not available from local markets—for example diesel fuel, electricity, tyres, legal services and consultants.
However, the emphasis is always on supporting local where possible. While the tyres we buy are not made locally, we engage local or regional suppliers for repairs and service.
Register your interest
If you are a supplier interested in working with Glencore’s Aurukun Bauxite project, please email us your company details.
Glencore Code of Conduct
Our suppliers must operate lawfully and provide safe, healthy and fair workplaces. We have zero tolerance for human rights violations and encourage environmentally sound business practices.
Our approach to procurement
Suppliers must provide competitive products and services, and undergo Glencore pre-qualification.
The benefits to Glencore of working with local and regional suppliers include:
- access to the supplier’s expertise
- improved turnaround time for repairs, provision of parts or servicing
- an insight for these suppliers into our business and requirements
- assistance for these companies to grow and develop their capabilities.