BECOME A SUPPLIER
Crowley’s focus on digital technologies drives value to benefit our suppliers, our customers, and employees. By registering on Crowley’s Supplier Portal, we will establish an integrated source to pay process between both our businesses that allows us both to realize growth and efficiency with faster processing through automation and improve our data and analytics capabilities.
To learn more about the features offered in our supplier portal please review our Training and Resources.
Registering is easy
To become a prospective supplier, use the link below to register.
Before registering, please read through the roles below. We ask that the administrator for your company start the registration process. Typically, your administrator would be a financial controller, accounting manager, or someone who authorizes Crowley to conduct financial and legal compliance background screens as part of the registration process. Additionally, this person must answer questions regarding business practices and corporate ownership.
If you are the administrator, please review the role descriptions listed below and identify who in your company should be granted access for each of these roles.
Once you are ready to register, please use this link. Follow all the prompts and submit at the end.
- Administrator: Manages the profile information for the supplier company. Primary tasks including updating supplier profile information and requesting user account to grant employees access to the supplier application.
- Accounts Receivable Specialist: Manages invoices and payment for the supplier company. Primary tasks include submitting invoices as well as tracking invoice and payment status.
- Bidder: Sales representative from a potential supplier responsible for responding to requests for quote, requests for proposal, requests for information and reverse auctions.
- Customer Service Rep: Manages inbound purchase orders and communicates shipment activities for the supplier company. Primary tasks include tracking, acknowledges or requests changes to new orders.
- Inventory Manager: Responsible for managing your organization’s inventory process control from beginning to end. Monitors available supplies, materials and products
- Sales Representative: Manages agreements and deliverables for your organization. Primary tasks include acknowledging or requesting changes to agreements in addition to adding catalog line items with pricing.