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Framatome Inc. in North America supplies solutions for power generation with less carbon, primarily in nuclear energy. Its expertise and unwavering insistence on safety, security, transparency and ethics are setting the standard for responsible development anchored in a process of continuous improvement.

To widen and optimize the scope of its suppliers worldwide, Framatome selects the best technical and financial solutions.

Framatome favors its suppliers’ continuous improvement and creativity by stating in its contracts the expected performance, costs, and time limits. Joint design initiatives are highly sought and sustainable development standards demanded.

Explore the content below, and learn more about the high standards Framatome suppliers maintain every day in achieving our customers' goals together.

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    Supplier Principles of Conduct

    All approved Framatome Suppliers must join Framatome in adhering to the Nuclear Power Plant Exporters' Principles of Conduct.

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  • Supplier Diversity

    Framatome's commitment to diversity extends to its purchasing organization through engagement of and support for minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, disabled-veteran-owned, small business and HUBZone suppliers that reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.

     

    Framatome is committed to diversity in our workforce and diversity in our suppliers because diversity leads to better decisions, enhances innovation, and promotes a questioning attitude by bringing different perspectives to bear. This in turn supports our culture of Operational Excellence.

     

    Gary Mignogna
    President & CEO, Framatome Inc.
     

     

  • Recent Projects

    Explore this list of our North America business activity for an introduction to the types of work and materials we use.

  • Frequent Purchases
    • A - Computing and Telecoms
      A  COMPUTING and TELECOMS
       1 Hardware
        AOffice hardware
        BOther computing and telecom hardware
       2 Software
        ASoftware licences
        BSoftware maintenance
       3 Computing services
        AComputing project services
        BRecurring computing services, outsourcing and third party maintenance
       4 Telecom subscriptions
        AData and voice, fix and mobile subscription
    • B - Intellectual Services
      B  INTELLECTUAL SERVICES
       1 Human Resources
        AInterim
        BTraining
        COther HR services
       2 Marketing, Advertising and Communication
        AEditing, printing and promotional goods
        BAdvertising
        CCommunication events organization
       3 Technical services
        AEngineering
        BDocument engineering
        

      C

      Translation and interpretership
        DInspections, certifications, controls
        EProjects management, Projects purchasing
        FTest trials, supervision
       4 Consulting services
        ALegal consulting
        BFinance, accounting
        CManagement and strategy consulting
    • C - General Services
      C  GENERAL SERVICES
       1 Fluids
        AEnergy
        BOther fluids
       2 General expenses
        AOffice supplies
        BOffice furniture
        CConception and reproduction
         Subscriptions and adhesions
         Industrial and laboratory supplies
         Work clothing
         Individual protection equipment
       3 Travels and vehicles
        AAir
        BRail
        

      C

      Hotel, lodging
        DTravel agencies and other expenses
        ECar renting - short duration
        FVehicle renting - long duration (incl. forklifts)
       4 Service externalization
        ACatering
        BReception, guarding and access control
        CBuidling maintenance
        DBuilding cleaning
        ESafety and protection services
        FMoving
        GFacility Management (building, internal logistics, reception, mailing, security, cleaning, health care)
       5 Mail
        AShipment below 70 kg
        BPostal services
    • D - Civil Works and Second Work
      D  CIVIL WORKS and SECOND WORK
       1 Civil works
        AEquipment and tools of site building
        BConstruction raw materials
        CDemolition, unroofing
        DTopography, drilling and survey, earthwork
        EConstruction of building, frames and roof
        FWays and networks
       2 Second works
        APlumbing, sanitary
        BCoatings, boardings, glazieries, joineries, iron works, completions
        CScaffolding, heat insulation
         DElevators
         EHVAC (Heating, Ventilation, filtration, air-conditionning)
    • E - Raw Materials and Semi Finished
      E  RAW MATERIALS and SEMI FINISHED
       1 Metals and plastics
        ABlack steel
        BStainless steel and alloys
        CAluminium
        DCopper
        EOther metals
        FPlastics
         GOS - Grain oriented steel
         Insulating materials
       2 Chemical products
        AChemical products
        3 Gases
        AIndustrial gases
    • F - Forging, Boiler Making, Piping
      F  FORGING, BOILER MAKING, PIPING
       1 Forging
        ALarge forged components
        BOther forged components
       2 Constructed boilers components
        ALarge constructed boilers components, weldings great thicknesses
        BOther constructed boilers and tack welded components
       3 Piping
        APiping (products and installation services)
       4 Foundry
        ALarge die-casted components
        BAluminium castings
       5 Maintenance boilers, piping
        AMaintenance boilers, piping
    • G - Equipment, Components and Mechanical Devices
      G  EQUIPMENTS, COMPONENTS and MECHANICAL DEVICES
       1 Mechanical and electromechanical components
        ANuclear material and process equipments
        BMachines tools
        CPumps and other revolving machines
       2 Mechanical components
        AMechanical sets to be integrated in equipments for nuclear process
        BMechanical machining and treatments
        CMetal components and moulded plastic
        DValves and fittings
        EStandard mechanical components (on catalog)
        FIronwork, mechanic work, welding
         Mechanical subsystems
         Large heavy steel frames
         Cutting, stamping
       3 Form tooling
        ATooling for plastics
        BTooling for metals
        4 Maintenance mechanical components
         Maintenance mechanical components
    • H - Electricity, Electronics, Instrumentation
      H  ELECTRICITY, ELECTRONICS, INSTRUMENTATION
       1 Electricity
        AHigh voltage
        BMedium and low voltage
        CEmergency power supplies
        DElectrical components
        EInsulators & bushings
        FWire and cables
        GLow currents (access controls, video, fire)
       2 Electronics
        AElectronic boards and components
        BIndustrial control and command
        CNuclear controls of processes
       3 Instrumentation
        AInstrumentation analytical measurements
        BInstrumentation nuclear measurements - Nuclear sources
        CSensors, transmitters, other instruments
       4 Maintenance electricity, electronics, instrumentation
        AMaintenance electricity, electronics, instrumentation
    • I - Logistics, Handling and Storage
      I  LOGISTICS, HANDLING and STORAGE
       1 Handling
        ALifting: bridge, doors and trap doors
        BTraction - convoying
       2 Storage
        AContainers
        BBarrels
        CSmall conditioning, pallets, fitted latticework, cradles
        DServices of packing, compaction, coating, preparing, renting
       3 Logistics
        ATransport of nuclear materials
        BExceptional transport (all means)
        CMaritime transport by containers
        DAirborne
        EConventional transport (road, rail...)
        FIntermediaries
    • J - Production Services
      J  PRODUCTION SERVICES
       1 Cleanup, decommissioning
        ACleanup, nuclear decommissioning
        BNuclear measurements services
         Cleanup, non nuclear decommissioning
       2 Waste management
        ANuclear wastes
        BNon nuclear wastes
    • K - Outside of Purchasing Scope
      K  OUTSIDE OF THE PURCHASING SCOPE
       1 Purchases for trading
        AOutside of the purchasing scope (internal AREVA )
        BOutside of the purchasing scope (external AREVA )
       2 Specific segments
        AInsurance
        BReal estate
        CNuclear materials