Supply chain & procurement

We believe in the importance of business relationships

Thank you for your interest in working with us. Having an industry-leading supply chain and procurement network is one of our core commitments to our clients and partners.

How to express interest

CPB Contractors has used a centralised system called Felix for supplier pre-qualification and to issue Requests for Quotation (RFQs) to provide goods and services to our projects.

While this isn’t a guarantee of receiving invitations to tender, it is an important stepping stone to help introduce your organisation to our pre-contracts and project procurement teams.

You can register your interest at the following link.

If you have any issues relating to registration, please email.

Paying suppliers

All invoices received for payment require a valid Purchase Order (PO) number or Contract Agreement Number (CAN), and the contact name of the person who requested the goods or service.

Please direct any questions to our Accounts Payable Customer Line on 1800 103 254 or email JDE.Queries@cpbcon.com.au.

EFTSure

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CPB Contractors engages the services of EFTSure to verify the payments made to our suppliers, ensuring all funds are managed safely. In order to complete the onboarding process or change bank details, suppliers will be sent an email inviting you to register with EFTSure to complete the bank validation process. Suppliers may receive a phone call from EFTSure as well.

Please direct any bank validation questions to EFTSure on 1800 103 254 or for more information please visit their website.

Warning to suppliers of fraudulent activity

Like many organisations, CPB Contractors is the subject of false representations by individuals not associated with it. The company continues to take steps to limit the impact on our customers, suppliers, and employees. To find out more about fraudulent activity please click here.

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