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At Outokumpu, we value long term supplier partnerships in our quest for win-win synergies. Yet, we never compromise on safety, quality and compliance.

Here you can find information targeted to suppliers including general documents and policies, as well as terms and conditions for purchase of products or services.

For site access requirements and EHS rules, visit the location specific pages.

Find some of our metals and ferroalloys inquiries on the digital marketplace Metalshub.

Requirements on our suppliers

As our customers require a lot from us as a supplier, we place the most stringent requirements on ourselves, and require the same from our suppliers.

Our supply chain activities are guided by our Code of Conduct, Supplier Requirements and our Corporate Responsibility Policy. Outokumpu is also committed to the Modern Slavery Act. We also take into account the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chain. We have also started to implement the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights into our operations and supply chain.

All Outokumpu suppliers will have to commit and comply with following requirements:

  • Supplier Code of Conduct: All suppliers and subcontractors are expected to comply with our Supplier Code of Conduct or similar standards. Outokumpu's Supplier Code of Conduct covers the following topics: Safe and healthy workplace, Sustainable future, Human rights and dignity, and Good corporate citizenship.
  • Supplier requirements: Suppliers need to act according to the applicable laws and regulations. Outokumpu Supplier Requirements sets forth the minimum criteria regarding Sustainability and Ethical Standards, Safety, Environmental Considerations, Quality Management, Supply and Production Control, Product Liability, Financial Statement, Intellectual Property Rights, Confidentiality and Security, Audits, and Business Contacts.
  • Quality management system: Suppliers need to maintain a quality management system
  • Outokumpu’s general terms and conditions (see documents below in the download section)
  • Supply and production control: Suppliers need to clearly define, document and share their processes including material traceability

More information about our supply chain sustainability can be found here.


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