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DOING BUSINESS WITH US

At TIMSA, achieving customer satisfaction is a fundamental objective. We are looking for suppliers that enable us to work within time, quality, cost and technical performance constraints.

Successful candidates looking to become suppliers should demonstrate high ethics and strategic differentiation in competitive pricing, quality procedures and processes, cost and cycle time reduction programs, continuous improvement, technological or service advantages and innovations in delivery of goods or services.

Over the years, TIMSA has established a solid reputation serving government and commercial customers, while striving to be the shipyard of choice. The contributions of our valued suppliers or vendors have played a integral role in our success.

These pages contain information on how to do business with TIMSA.


TIMSA Blue Book

Standards of business ethics and conduct.

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Become a Supplier

TIMSA strive to develop strong alliances with small and large businesses capable of providing quality products and services. Your partnership is critical to the success of both our Military and Commercial programs.

We are algo committed to our Small Business (SB) and Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Outreach Programs. TIMSA welcomes any supplier who can provide needed products and services that are consistent and appropriate with our business model.

The first step to becoming a TIMSA supplier is to download and complete the GD Supplier Portal. Please note that submitting the survey is no guarantee of business. It will however give us a chance to review your company profile and consider the opportunity you provide.

If you are interested in becoming a supplier for TIMSA and/or other GD business units in addition to TIMSA, you can go to the GD Supplier Portal.

Thank you for considering TIMSA.



GD Supplier Portal

SECURITY AND ACCESS


Government security requirements and export regulations require NASSCO to enforce strict access control procedures for all employess and visitors to our facility. All visitors to NASSCO´s facilities, including customers, contractors, suppliers, vendors, and temporary employees, must comply with the following procedures:

I. Each visiting organization or individuals must submitt to TIMSA´s Security Office a visit letter on TIMSA´s Visitor Authorization Letter (VAL) form prior to arrival. The VAL must specify the purpose of the visit, the locations to be accesed, the duration of the requested visit, and the appropriate contact person at TIMSA. In addition, the letter must include the following information on each employee:


TIMSA´s Security Office a visit letter on TIMSA´s Visitor Authorization Letter (VAL)
  • A. Name - Last First and Middle.
  • B. Position / Title
  • C. Last Four Digits of Social Security Account Number.
  • D. Date of Birth.
  • E. Place of Birth - must include city, and state or country.
  • F. Citizenship
  • G. Document Number, if born outside of the USA.
  • - If the employee is a Naturalized U.S. citizen, the document number must be included.
    - If the employee is a non-U.S. citizen, the country of citizenship must be listed with and indication of temporary or permanent alien status. The alien registration number must also be included.

    SUPPLY CHAIN

    Contacts

    Our business relies on strong partnerships and productive associations with several supplier types to maintain our production at top quality and turnover excellency. Please keep this information close should you wish to contact us for any of the subjects contained in here:

    Main phone number +52 (686) 561 8500

    Subcontracts

    Alma Mendez

    Ext 253

    MRO

    Rosario Montaño

    Ext 251

    Steel & Raw Material

    Daniela Betancourt

    Ext 252

    Warehouse Manager

    Javier Rodríguez

    Ext 214

    Accounts Payable

    Silvia Sosa

    Ext 186