CSA Mine supports businesses in the central western region of New South Wales. We strive to build long-term and mutually beneficial relationships with our suppliers.

Buying locally

Our operations rely on and support local businesses. We value all our suppliers and vendors, particularly those based locally.

Glencore’s diverse operations are largely based in rural and regional locations, generating significant economic and social benefits for the businesses and communities near our sites.

In 2019 Glencore’s Australian operations, including CSA Mine, spent $31 million in the Cobar region, working with 120 local suppliers.

Our suppliers are expected to match our high health and safety standards.

Register to become a supplier

All suppliers to CSA Mine must meet our minimum standards and performance expectations, share our values and understand our commitments.

CSA Mine uses Tenderlink as our procurement portal to list tenders and quoting opportunities. You must be a registered vendor to participate in this process.

If you are interested in becoming a supplier to CSA Mine, please:

For more supplier information and answers to frequently asked supplier questions, visit Glencore Australia's website.

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.

View our Code of Conduct, Supplier Standards and other relevant policies on

To enable us to consider your suitability to supply goods or services to CSA Mine, please complete and submit the form below.

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