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Be Successful With Us

The Volkswagen Group values its suppliers as one of the most important elements in our overall mission of designing and building superior, efficient and responsible automobiles for the 21st century.

We especially value our supplier companies which are founded in, or embrace cultural diversity in ownership, management and staff. The Volkswagen Group has a long, proud tradition of diversity and inclusion in our own company and we strongly encourage that policy in our suppliers.

Register Here

Step one, your company's registrar must complete the short supplier self-registration form.

The information we request includes general company information and the product and/or services you supply. Your registrar will also be asked to provide general personal data such as name, position and contact information. The registrar does not necessarily have to be the managing director or key account manager.

The Volkswagen Group utilizes internet technology to establish and manage successful collaborations with all members of our supplier network. We manage almost all our procurement via the internet.

The tools to initiate successful supplier relationships are found at VWGroupSupply.com, such as online catalogs, online inquiries and forms, online negotiation information and online capacity management information.

Once our suppliers obtain access to Volkswagen Group's B2B supplier platform, the advantages become apparent: administrative tasks can be streamlined and expedited, planning details can be determined accurately, and opportunities for collaboration can be clearly understood and communicated.

This advanced system results in competitive advantages for both the Volkswagen Group and our suppliers.

Partners

To date, nearly $686 million in local contracts have been awarded by the city, state and Volkswagen. This includes more than $238 million with local suppliers for the New Midsized Sedan and $98 million with Volkswagen contractors and subcontractors for plant construction, with another $230 million over the next 20 years.

Tennessee-based companies contracted by Volkswagen and its contractors:

Advanced Power and Lighting
Alexander Tile
Apex Moving
Arcadis
Architectural Surfaces
Arnold Cutting Systems
Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon Inc.
Bolles Leasing
Broadway Electric Service Company
Chattanooga Blue
Choo Choo Carpets
Creative Installation, Inc.
Delta Drywall
Eagle Mechanical
Erlanger Health System
EPB
Fab-Arc
FM Sylvan
Gerdau Ameristeel
Grant-Neil Electric, Inc.
Graycor Construction Company Inc.
James Glass Co. Inc.
Jay-Ton
Johnson Controls
Lawson Electric
Logan-Moore, LLC
M-Tek
Main Street Moving and Storage
Maxwell Roofing & Sheet Metal
Mid-South Prestress
Mountain City Electric
Mountain City Service
Painter Ready
Paragon Property Development
Pointe General Contracting
Ram Tool
Scenic City Pumping
Sequatchie Concrete
South East Total Service
Stowers Rents
Technical Innovation
United RSC
Walter Wood Supply Company
William Scottsman
WMS Trimble
Vulcan Materials
Walden Security
W&W Sprinkler, Inc.

Tennessee-based companies contracted with state and city:

Barge, Waggoner, Sumner & Cannon
Bolles Leasing Company
Richard L. Brown Construction
BWSC
City Disposal Services LLC
East Tennessee Grading
Eastside Utility
EMJ Corporation
Environmental Materials LLC
L & S Woodgrinders
Mayse Construction
Power Equipment Company
Sharp Contracting
Stein Construction
Stowers Machinery Corporation
Tennessee Dirtworks LLC
Thomason Construction
Vulcan Material,
Walden Security
Wright Brothers

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