Doing Business With NIKE, Inc.

We believe diversity and inclusion drives innovation. And if done effectively, managing diversity and working together can lead to a competitive advantage. Nike requires a broad base of suppliers that actively and significantly support our business requirements, and positively reflect the world in which we live and work. 

Nike’s Global Procurement team manages the procurement process, including selecting and contracting with the right suppliers for the right goods and services. Through our strategic sourcing initiatives, we have also begun to reduce Nike's footprint and lessen our impact. We’re committed to increasing the purchase of sustainable products. Read more about Nike's commitment to sustainability.

SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT AND INVOICING

Nike uses two primary invoice processing methods to pay suppliers for indirect (non-product) goods and services. Nike has partnered with Tradeshift, a web-based business network for supplier management and eInvoicing. For those not yet transitioned to or ineligible for Tradeshift eInvoicing, Nike uses standard mail and email to receive invoices. 

  • Invoices over $5,000 USD must be submitted with the 10-digit Purchase Order number provided by your Nike contact.

  • Invoices under $5,000 USD must be submitted with the first and last name of the Nike contact or the 10-digit Purchase Order number provided by your Nike contact.

  • Not fulfilling these minimum requirements could result in a rejected invoice and delayed payment. 

IMPORTANT INVOICING REQUIREMENTS

Maintaining good supplier relationships and paying your invoice in a timely manner is important to us. Certain requirements must be fulfilled for invoices to be paid:

  • Invoices over $5,000 USD must be submitted with the 10-digit Purchase Order number provided by your Nike contact.

  • Invoices under $5,000 USD must be submitted with the first and last name of the Nike contact or the 10-digit Purchase Order number provided by your Nike contact.

  • Not fulfilling these minimum requirements could result in a rejected invoice and delayed payment. 

EINVOICING: TRADESHIFT REGISTRATION AND INVOICING

Ask your Nike contact to send an invite via email to register as a new supplier on Tradeshift.

In Tradeshift you will have to fill out a supplier application.

Upon approval of your application, vendors will invoice Nike through Tradeshift and have visibility to transaction status.

Account management activities (i.e. address change) should be sent to NA.Finance.SupplierSetup@nike.com.

Changes to banking information details are made using the Banking Information Change Form.

For eInvoicing suppliers paper or email invoices will no longer be accepted.

 

MANUAL INVOICING

Suppliers servicing WHQ and the U.S.  deemed ineligible for eInvoicing through Tradeshift should send invoices to either of the following locations:
 
NA.Finance.SupplierInvoices@nike.com

Nike NA Supplier Invoices
PO Box 982166
El Paso, TX  79998-2166

 

NEW SUPPLIER FORMS

Suppliers should get in touch with their Nike contact and request a New Supplier Invitation through Tradeshift.

New International/Canada Supplier Set-Up

 

Contact

The Nike P2P Service Center can be contacted by email or phone at:
NA.Finance.SupplierSupport@nike.com
1-503-671-4444

Compliance

Our greatest responsibility as a global company is to play a role in bringing about positive, systemic change for workers within our supply chain and in the industry. See Nike's Code of Conduct

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