Illumina Purchase Order Terms and Conditions:
To be an Illumina supplier, you must adhere to the following policies and Terms & Conditions:
In accordance with our company policy, we will accept any of the following: 1) Declaration of Conformity, 2) Certificate, Certification or Statement of Compliance, or 3) Laboratory Testing Report with a Certified Laboratory.
In order to be accepted by our QA department, the certification must specifically lists the Illumina Part Number(s) listed above (or states that it is all encompassing for all parts or materials supplied to Illumina), include your company name, includes an authorized signature, and states whether the part is compliant or non-compliant with RoHS (EU Directive 2011/65/EU, Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment as amended by Delegated Directive 2015/863). Please Do Not include any reference to a revision, PO#, or purchasing document and if it is already in your standard response document, please remove it.
What if I am working with a third party that provides Transfers of Value (TOVs) on Illumina’s behalf? Before you begin working with any third party, it is your responsibility to contact Illumina’s Compliance department at email@example.com.
What is a TOV?
A Transfer of Value (TOV) is basically anything of value you provide to someone else. Examples of TOVs include donations, grants, sponsorships, royalties, travel and meal expenses (paid directly or reimbursed), payments for services rendered to Illumina, payments related to clinical trials conducted on Illumina’s behalf, no-charge products provided for evaluation and demonstration purposes or as part of a research collaboration, fees paid by Illumina to rent space owned by a Covered Recipient, etc.
See our Legal page for further details.
Illumina is transitioning to a source-to-pay cloud-based technology solution provided by SAP Ariba. As a supplier, you will benefit from this transition by receiving your payments quicker and streamlining payment activity electronically. This change ensures that business "transactions are executed in a timely and efficient manner.
All items must be shipped to the designated Receiving location as stated on PO.
If there are any questions or concerns, please email the buyer who sent the PO and provide your PO#.
See 'Documentation Requirements for International Suppliers' under Supplier Expectations.