Caution: attempted scam
The CFL have been informed that one or more persons claiming to represent the CFL are ordering computer equipment for delivery at places which are not CFL premises.
The CFL invite suppliers, and especially those who have never been in commercial relationships with the CFL, to be extremely careful:
- check the exact address of the website (www.cfl.lu) and email addresses (@cfl.lu),
- check the telephone numbers of your contacts (CFL numbers only start with 4990 or 4996),
- orders come only from the purchasing department (coordination achats)
Register as a supplier
The CFL are constantly looking for new supply sources.
Potential suppliers wishing to receive evaluation of their product offering or services are invited to register independently in the "Ariba Network" platform chosen by CFL for the management of their suppliers and for future tenders.
SAP Ariba is the world's largest community of commercial partners. Thanks to this platform, which is accessible through any browser, companies of varying degrees benefit from a wide range of services for managing their transactions and commercial data. SAP enables service providers to position themselves, generate more activity from their existing customer base, and at the same time create new market share through the visibility of their companies' general data and the ability to participate in sourcing events through Ariba.
By creating your SAP Ariba profile, completing the CFL Supplier Questionnaire, or participating in a CFL sourcing event, you will not incur any additional costs.
Find here our general terms and conditions of purchase.
Rules for the treatment of electronic invoices.
Find here the CFL Purchasing Policy
Information circular for CFL providers and suppliers regarding organisational measures following the Covid-19 (in French)
Links to the registration on Ariba:
If you have any questions about installing your CFL profile in Ariba, do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com
Each supplier must ensure the accuracy of its data and adapt it if necessary.
Peter Van Der Jeugd,
Department head Coordination Achats