Doing Business with Boeing


Since The Boeing Company's inception 100 years ago, the partnership between Boeing and its global suppliers has created a legacy of aerospace excellence. This centennial year, the bond with our supplier partners is stronger and more vital than ever before. In today's global economy, the relationships we forge with suppliers are key to our team's agility, integrity and competitiveness - and our ability to meet our customers' needs. We work as one team, with one future.

Boeing follows responsible business practices and promotes positive changes in the lives of people around the world while growing shareholder and customer value in a competitive global marketplace. We view human dignity and freedom from oppression as fundamental rights in a principled and productive work environment. It is from this set of values that Boeing categorically opposes slavery, human trafficking, forced labor and child labor. To this end, we have included our Boeing Basic Working Conditions and Human Rights code in all of our supplier contracts.

To learn more about Boeing’s position on human rights issues, click the links below or visit the Human Rights section of this webpage located under the Our Principals tab above.

Protections against Human Trafficking
Conflict Minerals

We hope the information contained within this website provides the information you need as a supplier with The Boeing Company. To read more about the opportunities and events commemorating Boeing's centennial, please click here.