Become a supplier
All companies supplying goods and services for Saudi Aramco are required to be registered.
There are different registration and qualification processes depending on a number of factors such as the company's location and type of supplier (material vendor, manufacturer or service provider). Saudi Aramco is looking for highly performed and qualified suppliers to provide best-in-class materials and services.
It is important to note that registration and qualification as a Saudi Aramco supplier does not guarantee future business with Saudi Aramco.
Material Supplier Guide
The guide provides suppliers with the basic and necessary information that they need such as how to register, update their records, and know about the available systems and support; in addition to information about materials delivery and payment terms.
In-Kingdom based suppliers
Saudi Aramco's Dhahran office is responsible for the registration of companies located in Saudi Arabia (In-Kingdom). Any company interested to do business with Saudi Aramco must register as a supplier through Saudi Aramco e-Marketplace Platform. In-Kingdom based companies can submit a request for registration to become a supplier for Saudi Aramco by accessing Register for In-Kingdom based suppliers.
For guidance on how to register with Saudi Aramco including submitting a registration questionnaire through Saudi Aramco e-Marketplace Platform, please read our Supplier Registration Technical Guide and watch the video tutorials on how to register with Saudi Aramco below.
Out of Kingdom based suppliers
International companies that are based outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia seeking to do business with Aramco must communicate with the appropriate Aramco affiliated company — Aramco Services Company (ASC), Aramco Overseas Company (AOC), or Aramco Asia Company (AAC) — located in their geographical area of responsibility.
ASC, AOC, or AAC will evaluate the information provided and determine whether there is a business need for the registration of additional materials or services. Any further evaluation will depend on whether the supplier is deemed financially and technically acceptable. International suppliers who demonstrate that their materials or services offer significant technical or commercial benefit to the company will be further considered.
To register as an Out of Kingdom based supplier, please contact the Aramco affiliated company corresponding to your location: Out of kingdom contacts.
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In-Kingdom Total Value Add (IKTVA) Program
Our In-Kingdom Total Value Add (iktva) program is designed to drive supply-chain efficiency and value across our operations, and to encourage the development of a diverse, sustainable, and globally competitive energy sector in the Kingdom.
Below are the registration requirements that need to be provided by any In-Kingdom* based supplier (materials or services) interested to register with Saudi Aramco.
- A valid copy of the Commercial Registration (CR) Certificate
- A valid copy of the Industrial License Certification (manufacturers only)
- A valid copy of the SAGIA Certification (if applicable)
- A valid copy of the Zakat Certification
- A valid copy of the Value Added Tax (VAT) Certification
- A valid copy of the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI) Certification
- A valid copy of the Civil Defense License or an equivalent Government License
- A valid copy of the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Membership Certification
- Contractor Government Classification, if applicable (service providers only)
Saudi Aramco requirements:
- Original acknowledgement of Saudi Aramco's Suppliers Code of Conduct
- A letter from the bank with which the company is dealing, stating the type of service that the bank normally provides to your company and relationship status
- A valid Company Ownership Profile with required supporting documents
- Authorized Signatory Letter identifying the Authorized Company Employees dealing with Saudi Aramco
- Cybersecurity Compliance Certificate (CCC).
- Small and Medium Enterprise service providers shall obtain ‘Monsha’at’ Jadeer certification
*Note, the above requirements are not applicable to Out of Kingdom based suppliers.
The General Auditor Hotline provides a secure and confidential method for anyone to report suspected fraud, unethical conduct, or business irregularities related to Aramco business.