NAL works with suppliers to ensure its operations have the right products and services when they are needed. The Company selects suppliers that meet its procurement, health, safety, environmental and quality assurance requirements.
Suppliers who do business with NAL are required to follow NAL’s procurement policies and procedures. For all procurement transactions, NAL uses a third-party electronic portal to automate the exchange of purchase orders and invoices. NAL is in the process of transitioning to a new portal called Coupa in early 2019.
NAL has created a training video to help suppliers familiarize themselves with Coupa. Click here to watch the video and learn how to register for the Coupa Supplier Portal; manage users within your organization; view purchase orders; create invoices and credit notes; and create catalogues.
Suppliers can also access one-page quick guides from the list below:
- CSP Registration
- Creating an Invoice against a PO
- Creating an Invoice with no PO
- Creating a Credit Note against an Invoice
- Creating a Credit Note with no Invoice
- Creating a Catalog through the Coupa Form
- Creating a Catalog through CSV file
- Editing a Catalog
- Creating Reports/Custom Views
- Support: CSP Help Guide
For information about Coupa and assistance using NAL’s new portal, please contact the Coupa support team at B2B.Support@nal.ca or call toll-free at 1-888-881-9411.
NAL evaluates potential suppliers to ensure that their products and services meet not only procurement requirements but also health, safety, environmental and quality assurance compliance requirements.
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NAL Purchase Order Terms & Conditions
NAL has set terms and conditions that apply to contractors and suppliers. These terms and conditions govern purchase orders issued by NAL Resources Management Ltd. and its affiliates.
If you are an NAL contractor or supplier, please review the terms and conditions in detail. NAL contractors and suppliers are responsible to ensure they are familiar with NAL’s terms and conditions.