Become a Montana Aerospace Supplier

To become a new supplier to Montana Aerospace, several factors are important:

Quality and safety of products – This is very basic and non negotiable for Montana Aerospace when looking for a supplier. Suppliers are expected to
achieve and maintain a 99% quality rating.

Flexibility – The supplier’s ability to adapt to our changing business needs.

Delivery – At a minimum, a supplier is expected to consistently deliver on time (98.5% delivery rate) and be reliable enough to inform Montana
Aerospace of any anticipated delays.

Reliability – A reliable supplier is a business partner that can contribute significantly to our business success.

Cost – We must ensure that cost savings do not compromise the quality and safety of the supplier’s products. 90 day payment terms and consignment
stock are the preferred terms.

Support – High responsiveness is expected to contain and resolve problems, reduce non quality costs and technical risks. This should cont ribute to
our customers‘ satisfaction and high level perception.

In order to be evaluated as a potential supplier to Montana Aerospace, a company must meet the following requirements

  • AS9100 certification
  • NADCAP approval for special process suppliers
  • Comply with our Terms and Conditions
  • Accept our Supplier Code of Conduct
  • Demonstrate an acceptable risk level

If you meet all of the above requirements, please send your company information to to be considered.
Please find bellow the categories we purchase.

Upon successful selection, Montana Aerospace commits to 5 basics of our SRM (Suppliers Relationship Management).

Conflict minerals

As part of the supply chain and in accordance with the Dodd Frank Act, Montana Aerospace is committed to disclosure and compliance with the law regarding conflict minerals. We require compliance with all obligations and an appropriate level of transparency along the supply chain.

Section 1502 of the Dodd Frank Act requires publicly traded U.S. companies to disclose the source and use of four conflict minerals (tan talum, tungsten, tin and gold) that are mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo or one of nine adjoining countries and may be used to finance violent conflict.

The obligations of disclosure apply to these materials along the entire supply chain and to all companies involved. Montana Aerospace categorically rejects any use of conflict materials from any of these conflict regions and procures such materials exclusively from responsible sources.