Becoming a Chemours Supplier

Learn about what we expect of our suppliers and our criteria for supplier selection.

At Chemours, we help create a better world through the power of our chemistry. Chemistry powers our company, and our values – customer centered, refreshing simplicity, collective entrepreneurship, safety obsession, and unshakeable integrity – are what guide us. These values set the standards for how we interact with our business partners, our employees and our communities. You can read more about our values on the Chemours website.

The Chemours Code of Conduct presents expectations regarding all our values. It provides information to guide employees so that their business conduct is consistent with the company's ethical standards and to improve the understanding of the company's ethical standards among customers, suppliers and others outside the company. We urge suppliers to read the Chemours Code of Conduct.

Our Supplier Code of Conduct sets out our expectations relative to our values and we request and expect our suppliers to adhere to it.

When we select suppliers, we consider total cost, quality, risk, sustainability and innovation.

We have our suppliers' sustainability rated in four areas -environment, labor & human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement- and we perform continuous reviews and assessments to ensure our suppliers are committed to improve, as we do. EcoVadis is our partner in business sustainability rating.

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Supplier Diversity

Dear Supplier:

Thank you for your interest to conduct business with Chemours. The information provided here applies to US and Puerto Rico.

Chemours has made a commitment to supplier diversity as a business strategy that displays commitment by Chemours to equal opportunity, satisfies the voice of Chemours customers, complies with all laws and regulations, and sustains the economic development of diverse firms in the communities where they are located and the economy as a whole.

It is the policy of Chemours to identify and include small (veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, women-owned, HUBZone, disadvantaged-owned businesses) and diverse (women and minority owned) businesses among its sources of supply and to assist in the development of these businesses into competitive suppliers in accordance with Chemours core values. Inclusion of historically black colleges and universities, minority institutions and the AbilityOne program are also an objective.

To be invited to compete for Chemours business, as with all suppliers, a small or diverse supplier must meet qualification requirements including industry expertise, innovation of services/products/goods, the capability needed to deliver, competitiveness, sound financial standing, operational and safety standards and adherence to Chemours values.

A diverse business is a for-profit enterprise, regardless of size, physically located in the United States or its trust territories, which is owned, operated and controlled by minority group members. "Minority group members" are United States citizens who are African American, Asian Indian, Asian Pacific, Hispanic, Native American, Service Disabled Veteran, Veteran and Woman. Ownership means the business is at least 51% owned by such individuals and the management and daily operations are controlled by those minority group.

Chemours recognizes certification by NMSDC- National Minority Supplier Development Council - and Affiliates; WBENC - Women's Business Enterprise National Council and Affiliates; NaVOBA - National Veteran Owned Business Association; USHCC - U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Affiliates; USPAACC - US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce and Affiliates; WIT - Women In Trucking; CCR - Central Contractor Registration; SBA - US Small Business Administration and selected third party certification bodies.

Thank you again for your interest in Chemours Small Business / Supplier Diversity Program. If you have any questions, please contact:

Chemours Procurement
The Chemours Company FC, LLC

[email protected]