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Procurement

Procurement at Tokyo Metro

Tokyo Metro is responsible for a core part of the railway network in the Tokyo Metropolitan area. We own and operate nine subway lines with 195.1 kilometers of track, used by an average of 7.24 million passengers every day. Seven of our lines offer “reciprocal through-services” with lines operated by other companies, extending our total service distance to 532.6 kilometers.

Valuing every passenger who use our network, we are committed to provide better services that are safe, secure, and comfortable. In order to achieve this goal, we have established the "Tokyo Metro Procurement Policy", which forms the basis of our procurement activities. It is our policy to ensure optimal procurement practices with a broad, global perspective when sourcing goods and services, in a transparent, fair, and impartial manner that ensures high quality.

Also, we have established the "Tokyo Metro Procurement Guidelines", which set out a specific day-to-day code of conduct for putting our Procurement Policy into practice.

For new suppliers

Registering as Potential Supplier of goods and construction services

Companies seeking to become a supplier of goods and construction services for Tokyo Metro, except when participating in open tendering, must register as a Potential Supplier. Please refer to the “Standard procedure of procurement of goods and construction services” for details of the procedure.

New suppliers of other services

Companies willing to provide services other than construction services to Tokyo Metro, please contact procurement@tokyometro.jp.

Open tendering

Tokyo Metro is subject to WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA). In principle, we publicize tender notices through the Official Gazette ("Kanpo") and conduct open tendering for procurements with values greater than the specified thresholds. Companies willing to participate in the tender should follow steps described in the tender notice. Please refer to the "Standard procedure of open tendering" for details of the procedure.

Tender notices

Please refer to “Open tender and other notices” for our tender notices.

Reference

Goods and construction services

Registration of goods/construction partners

Regular registration for fiscal years 2018 to 2020 has ended. Registration application for the next three-year period is scheduled to open around May 2020.

Master Agreement

The following Master Agreements are concluded between Tokyo Metro and companies registered as Potential Suppliers:

Registration update

Please follow the instructions shown in the link below to update your registered information.

Specifications and standard drawings for construction services

Please refer to the following website by Metro Development Co., Ltd for information on how to purchase specifications and standard drawings of construction services outsourced by Tokyo Metro.

Procurement report

Procurement report for goods (April 2017 – March 2018)

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