Supply Chain Management – General Information
At Spirit AeroSystems, we value the working relationships we have with our existing suppliers and are constantly looking for qualified and competitive additions to our supply base.
We consider ability, capacity, integrity, financial status, geographical locations, performance, reliability, quality of product, delivery and overall customer-supplier relations in evaluating potential suppliers.
Spirit is also committed to the use of e-enabling tools and services to share information, exchange technology and improve the way we work with our suppliers.
We hope the information contained within this web site will provide you with everything you need to become a supplier for Spirit AeroSystems, Inc.
Spirit AeroSystems procurement policies govern the purchase of materials and services of the right quality, in the right quantity, at the right time, at the right price and from the right sources.
All procurement actions are based on conformance with applicable laws, regulations and contractual obligations. All suppliers are treated fairly and impartially.
Each Spirit business unit determines its own requirements for procurement and selects its own sources of supply. In some cases, corporate agreements are developed to cover the requirements of two or more divisions.
If you are a company interested in doing business with Spirit AeroSystems, we suggest you complete the Spirit online company profile form using our Spirit Supplier Introduction process. Upon completion, your profile will be routed to the appropriate procurement area where it will be reviewed and compared to our current requirements. We will send you an email to let you know if your company meets our current requirements.
What Spirit buys
- Raw material
- Purchased outside parts (POP) – detail parts and assemblies
- Purchased equipment – specification-controlled hardware
- Standards – bolts, rivets, miscellaneous fasteners, etc.
- Non-production services and products