Supply to Aurelia
Our partnerships with suppliers are important to us. We look for partners who share our values and have the same dedication to building a better tomorrow today.
Aurelia is committed to building our network of local suppliers in the communities where we operate.
The Aurelia Supply Chain team manages all procurement and logistics activities for the Company and its partners within Australia. The team has responsibility for strategic sourcing, purchasing, materials management, logistics, inventory management and accounts payable.
Aurelia seeks to work with contractors and suppliers who contribute to sustainable development and are economically, environmentally and socially responsible.
Register your interest
Contractors and suppliers who wish to work with Aurelia Metals can submit their details to our database of prospective suppliers.
Aurelia has a ‘No purchase order, no pay’ policy. Our payment terms are 30 days from the end of the month via EFT.
All invoices must include a valid Aurelia purchase order number. Invoices without a valid Aurelia purchase order number will be rejected and will not be paid until a valid Aurelia purchase order has been obtained.
Invoices must be sent as a PDF attachment only.
Invoices only can be submitted to one of the following email addresses:
- Peak Gold Mine – Invoices.Peak@aureliametals.com.au
- Hera Resources – Hera.Invoices@aureliametals.com.au
- Big Island Mining – Invoices.Dargues@aureliametals.com.au
- Corporate Office – Invoices.Corp@aureliametals.com.au
All Accounts Payable enquires can be sent to one of the following email addresses:
- Peak Gold Mine – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hera Resources – email@example.com
- Big Island Mining – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Corporate Office – email@example.com
We are deeply committed to our Values. Our Value of ‘Integrity’ means we do what’s right, and this is the approach we take to addressing any human rights harm, including modern slavery.
There is no doubt that modern slavery risks exist throughout our supply chain, and we take this very seriously. While the challenge is significant, we are dedicated to continuously improving our modern slavery approach. In doing this, we recognise the need to work closely with our suppliers, workforce and other stakeholders to develop a common understanding of modern slavery risks that allow us to identify, assess and address them in a meaningful manner.