Become A Supplier

The information in this supplier section of our website is to assist both new and current suppliers in conducting business with Fairlead. Fairlead’s mission is to be a leading, end-to-end, supplier of integrated, turn-key, electrical and mechanical solutions. In order to be a leader in best value, quality solutions we use a competitive bid process and must only maintain relationships with suppliers who make schedule and quality their top priority. In order to begin the process of becoming an approved valued supplier of Fairlead please complete a new vendor qualification form linked below and submit to:

New Vendor Qualification and Renewal Form

The New Vendor Qualification and Renewal Form (QSP7 Att5) conveys requirements for vendors and collects information used to qualify prospective vendors or evaluate existing vendors for renewal of Active status.

Purchase Order Terms & Conditions v2016-05-03

Fairlead PO Terms and Conditions v2016-05-03 provides general terms and conditions for all purchase orders.

Conflict Minerals Policy v2017-06-23

Fairlead is committed to supporting responsible sourcing of conflict minerals. Our suppliers are required to annually complete and return the Conflict Minerals Certification for products that use or incorporate any of the covered metals (tin, tungsten, tantalum, and gold)

CFSI Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) v5-01

The CFSI Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) facilitates the transfer of information through the supply chain regarding mineral country of origin and smelters and refiners being utilized and supports compliance to legislation. Fairlead suppliers are expected to pass the CFSI CMRT to their suppliers and successively upstream until the final smelter/refinery is identified, and provide that information to Fairlead.

W-9 Form

Fairlead suppliers are required to complete and submit the W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification.

FAR Commercial Item Definition

The definition of a FAR Commercial Item, as outlined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).