How do I become a supplier?

How do I become a supplier?

 

We conduct a thorough vetting process to ensure our customers are only referred to high quality, reliable and trusted suppliers. Our suppliers are chosen based on the following criteria:

  • Values
  • Track Record & Credit History
  • Product Quality & Value
  • Measurable Benefit
  • Locality

If you are interested in becoming one of our suppliers we recommend you write to us and tell us about your organisation.

Please include the following:
  1. Company History
  2. Insurance
  3. QA Procedures
  4. Team
  5. References (x2 min.)
  6. Coverage area
  7. Products on offer 

If we have an opening for a new supplier in the area that you operate, we will contact you.

If you have any further questions, please email supplier@aef.com.au

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