Become an MLL Supplier

Terms and Conditions Commercial

Terms and Conditions DoD 2018

Supplier Registration Process

All new suppliers must complete the forms below in order to be considered for addition to the Maersk Line, Limited (MLL) supplier database. The business classification profile form provides us your contact details, banking information, capabilities, and other information to assist us in buying your goods and services. The annual certifications and representations are necessary for compliance with socioeconomic and regulatory requirements of the Federal Government.

Business Classification Profile Form


Once these forms are completed, please e-mail them to, or fax to (757) 852-3232.

Form W-9

Form W-8

Commonly purchased items: To support our fleet of ships, Maersk Line, Limited purchases almost every type of maritime product or service imaginable. To review a representative listing of the types of materials and services that we routinely procure, click on the link below.

What we buy

Please note: Becoming an approved vendor on MLL’s mailing list does not automatically ensure that you will start receiving requests for quotations. In order to make your firm known, we suggest that you submit fact sheets, references, or other information that outlines your capabilities. This information is passed on to buyers and retained in your vendor’s file for future reference. To remain actively available for purchasing opportunities, it is your responsibility to keep your profile information accurate and up to date.

Business Opportunities

Maersk Line, Limited (MLL) posts procurement information, including solicitations, recent awards, upcoming procurements and miscellaneous announcements on our SharePoint site. Only solicitations that have contract values of $100,000 or more are posted on this website. These solicitations relate to ship overhauls, conversions, dry dockings, mission readiness availabilities, or major equipment purchases or repairs. Suppliers interested in bidding opportunities with MLL are required to follow our supplier registration process and become approved vendors. In addition, many MLL large-dollar subcontracts are announced on the SBA’s Sub-Net.

To review current solicitations, recent awards and upcoming procurements, click the links below:

  • Current Solicitations – View or download requests for proposals or requests for quotations for major procurements
  • Recent Awards – View recently awarded high dollar contracts.  These may present subcontracting opportunities.
  • Upcoming Procurements – These major upcoming procurements include requirements that are being developed but not available for download at this time.

MLL also utilizes Peoplesoft eSupplier to conduct electronic business transactions with many vendors. To learn more about eSupplier, visit the eSupplier page.

Please note: Not all solicitations are posted. Information provided on the SharePoint site is simply an additional means of receiving procurement-related information. If we have interest in your products or services, our purchasing personnel may contact you directly or send an email invitation to respond to solicitations.


eSupplier is a website for viewing MLL Requests For Quotes (RFQs), Purchase Orders (POs), and payment information. MLL vendors use this site to respond to RFQs online, acknowledge POs, and view remittance info for ACH payments. Information displayed on this site is vendor-specific and requires a username to gain access. To establish an account with eSupplier you will need to send an e-mail to ESUPPLIERHELP@MLLNET.COM and include your company name and an e-mail address for contact. We recommend using a group e-mail address or one that is monitored frequently.

Please login to our eSupplier website for more information.

Maersk Line, Limited (MLL) is fully committed to using Small Businesses (including Alaskan Native Corporations and Indian Tribes), Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, HUBZone Small Businesses, Small Disadvantaged Businesses, Women-Owned Business Concerns, and Historically Black Colleges or Universities and Minority Institutions in performance of our contracts. We seek companies that provide products and services that meet our high standards of quality, competitive pricing and service. We encourage all such suppliers to provide their qualifications via our Supplier Registration Process.

MLL has formalized its commitment to using small businesses in our “Statement of Corporate Policy for the Utilization of Small Businesses in Subcontracting.” This policy is fully supported at all levels of our corporate culture. As stated in this policy, “the objective of the MLL Small Business program is to promote, encourage, and support opportunities for small businesses to participate in our purchases and subcontracting carried out in support of our contracts with the U.S. Government.” MLL considers small businesses for all subcontracting opportunities.

We access, the National Minority Purchasing Council Vendor Information Service, and the Research and Information Division of the Minority Business Development Agency databases, to identify small, HUBZone small, small disadvantaged, and women-owned small business concerns.


To qualify for participation in our Small Business/ Supplier Diversity program, you must meet the Small Business Administration (SBA) definition of a small business and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Veteran-Owned Business (VO): a small business that is at least 51% unconditionally owned by one or more veterans, or any publicly owned business in which at least 51% of the stock is unconditionally owned by one or more veterans; and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more veterans.
  • Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVO): a small business that is at least 51% unconditionally owned by one or more service-disabled veterans, with a disability that is service connected, or a publicly owned business in which at least 51% of the stock is unconditionally owned by one or more service-disabled veterans; and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more service-disabled veterans or the spouse or permanent caregiver of a veteran with a permanent and severe disability.
  • Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB): is a small business at least 51 percent unconditionally owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
  • HUBZone Business: a small business located in a “historically underutilized business zone,” owned and controlled by one or more U.S. citizens, and with at least 35% of its employees residing in a HUBZone. The SBA must certify small businesses that claim HubZone status.
  • Woman-Owned Business (WOSB): a small business concern that is at least 51% owned by one or more women, or a publicly-owned business of which at least 51% of the stock is owned by one or more women; and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women.

All U.S. suppliers should register at the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) site at To determine whether or not you are considered a small, small disadvantaged, small woman-owned, small veteran, small service-disabled veteran or small HUBZone business for a particular NAICS code, visit or contact the U.S. Small Business Administration office in your area for assistance.