Supplier Info

Doing Business with C&A Tool

General

At C&A Tool Engineering, Inc., the establishment and maintenance of effective relationships with our suppliers remains a cornerstone of our business. By working closely with our suppliers and making our expectations known, we can deliver to our customers the product Quality they expect of us and the timely delivery of their products. This web page is designed to outline our expectations for you as our supplier.

Compliance Requirements

With today’s concerns with issues in the global market C&A Tool strives to ensure our customers product is
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  • Free of conflict materials as identified in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
  • Free of hazardous chemicals as outlined by REACH (EC 1907/2006)

We also expect our suppliers to be compliant in doing their part to ensure product and processes supplied to us also meet these expectations. 

Quality Requirements

In addition to the basic expectations that you, as our supplier, provide us with a quality product for our customers, we have outlined some specific requirements that must be met. These requirements are identified in our “Supplier Quality Requirements Manual”, available through the link at the end of this paragraph.  These requirements are aimed at helping you as our supplier, to help us not only deliver product quality our customers expect, but to also provide them with the  necessary documentation they need.

Combating Trafficking in Persons

48 CFR 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons

C&A abhors the practice of human trafficking and slavery and applauds efforts being made globally to eliminate this practice. C&A supports the right of all individuals to be free from slavery in the workplace and is committed to protecting workers here and abroad by promoting ethical and lawful employment practices. We include in our contracts with domestic and international suppliers a requirement that they comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.

By signing a contract with C&A, our suppliers certify that they conduct business pursuant to all applicable laws including, but not limited to, those that prohibit slavery and human trafficking. A supplier's failure to honor its independent legal and contractual commitment to C&A is a violation of law as well as a breach of its contract with C&A. C&A sources its raw materials and other components through reputable companies with high standards. As such, C&A does not believe that additional procedures, training, verifications or independent audits are necessary to continue to deliver our customers a quality product manufactured with integrity.