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Our supply chain

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Working in partnership

We treat our subcontractors and suppliers as partners in work winning

Here at Sisk, we see our subcontractors and suppliers as partners in winning and carrying out work for our clients and in 2019 we spent €1.03bn across our 5,000-strong supply chain.

Reflecting our core values of Care, Integrity and Excellence, Sisk believes in cultivating relationships with all our supply chain partners. We strive to make sure our suppliers and subcontractors feel part of the wider Sisk team.

This is why we created the annual Supply Chain Awards, which began in 2017. In 2019, there was a shortlist of 75, nominated by each of our business units along with procurement.

To register your interest in becoming a supply chain partner to John Sisk & Son please do so via the following link.

Register your interest here
(External Link to Survey Monkey)

For all other queries relating to Supply Chain please contact us via the following relevant email addresses. 

Ireland and Europe  supplychain@sisk.ie

UK                                 supplychain@sisk.co.uk




                                 

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Working with Sisk

A Guide for our Supply Chain

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Working with Sisk

A Guide for Material, Equipment and Non-Operated Plant Suppliers

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Working with Sisk

Sustainability Compliance Booklet - a guide for our supply chain

“We wouldn’t be where we are without industry-leading supply chain partners who help us deliver safe, quality projects year after year.”

Stephen Bowcott
CEO, JOHN SISK & SON

Supply Chain Awards 2019

This event was an opportunity for Sisk to recognise excellence among its supply chain partners across the business in Ireland, the UK and Europe and shows appreciation for all the great work done together.

Over 600 guests attended the awards ceremony, which took place in the Clayton Hotel. MC for the evening was comedian Colm O’Regan and entertainment was provided courtesy of a ‘fireside chat’ with former rugby players Gordon D’Arcy and Malcolm O’Kelly (also a former Sisk employee).

The night also raised money for Focus Ireland and Shelter UK with donations from guests and the company.