Ampol Procurement

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Ampol’s Australian business spends in excess of $1 Billion annually on goods and services in supporting our Corporate, Fuels and Infrastructure, Convenience Retail and Future Energy business divisions.

Ampol values the relationships with our suppliers, and we work in partnership to ensure the supply chain needs of our customers, business and communities are met.

All Ampol suppliers are expected to comply with our Supplier Code of Conduct which outlines Ampol’s approach and commitment to ethical and socially responsible Procurement practices. 

Supplier Code of Conduct

The success of Ampol and the Procurement team is built upon the foundation of our values and high standards of conduct, ethics and integrity. These standards guide our actions, decisions and behaviours and contribute to the reputation Ampol has in the marketplace, with our customers, shareholders and the communities in which we operate. 

The Supplier Code of Conduct sets out expectations of our suppliers, contractors, trading and business partners and service providers. Ampol’s suppliers are an integral part of our business, helping us become the market leader in complex supply chains and the evolving convenience marketplace by delivering fuel and other everyday needs of our diverse customers through our networks. It is essential that suppliers share our values and standards and act in accordance with our Supplier Code. 

The supplierCcode outlines Ampol’s expectations of our suppliers in relation to Labour & Human Rights, Ethical Business Practices, Health & Safety and Sustainability. The principles outlined in Ampol’s supplier Code apply to all third-party suppliers and employees of suppliers transacting with or providing goods and services to Ampol and its subsidiaries, throughout the supply chain, irrespective of geographical location and activity. 

To view Ampol’s Supplier Code of Conduct, click below:

Ampol Values

Modern Slavery

As Australia’s leading transport fuels provider, with over 3800 suppliers we believe we have a responsibility to respect and advance human rights in our sphere of influence. We take obligations to address modern slavery risks across our supply chain seriously. 

Our approach to modern slavery is underpinned by the Ampol Values and the Ampol Risk Management Framework which is based on the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. 

The Procurement team apply due diligence to all suppliers by assessing the level of modern slavery risk by location and industry. We risk assess all suppliers and focus on several potential risks of modern slavery throughout our supply chain. We maintain a detailed modern slavery risk assessment of our operations and supply chains, which has led to a better understanding and clarity of modern slavery risks within our organisation, highlighting key areas of potential concern.

You can read Ampol's Modern Slavery Statement below.

Indigenous Procurement

As a large national company that has a deep history in modern Australia, we understand our responsibility to be a sustainable, diverse business and to connect with others to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and create opportunities for equitable participation in Australian society. Key initiatives that will be delivered through our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) cover the areas of employment, procurement, cultural awareness, and community engagement.

Ampol is a member of Supply Nation and our approach to Indigenous procurement supports investment and economic growth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations in alignment with Ampol’s RAP objectives.

Procurement Portal

Ampol Procurement uses the Jaggaer Sourcing tool and is the primary platform for conducting tender processes and contract execution. 

For existing suppliers that need to manage tender responses or suppliers that have been invited to register, the portal can be accessed below.

For suppliers who would like to express interest in becoming an Ampol Supplier please contact us by clicking the link below.

Invoicing Information

All goods and services supplied to Ampol must be supplied in accordance with Ampol’s Standard Purchase Order (PO) Terms & Conditions unless a separate overriding contract has been entered into.

All invoices require a valid Ampol Purchase Order and must reference the PO number to ensure timely payment.

Invoices must be submitted to Ampol’s accounts payable team in PDF format.

Ampol’s Standard payment terms are 60 days.  In accordance with the Payment Times Reporting Scheme (PTRS), small businesses payment terms are 28 days.

For queries related to Ampol’s purchasing and payments process, please click the links