Bay is a minority business enterprise certified by the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council (MMSDC). The MMSDC is one of twenty-four regional councils across the country, headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. Our organization is also certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). WBENC has 14 Regional Partner Organizations (RPOs) authorized to grant certification in the U.S. Bay Corrugated Container belongs to the Great Lakes Women’s Business Council.
Bay Corrugated Container’s vision is to be a world-class company; therefore we recognize the importance of supplier diversity. We believe that our success depends on enabling minority and women-owned businesses to share in the nation’s economic growth.
Bay Corrugated Container is committed to develop a world class supplier base that is reflective of the communities we serve, providing opportunities to certified Minority / Women Business Enterprises to participate as suppliers of goods and services as part of our company procurement process.
Bay Corrugated Container will continue to lead the effort in recognizing the economic importance of utilizing diverse suppliers in the communities where we work and live.
Who Qualifies for the Supplier Diversity Program?
To participate in the Bay Corrugated Container Supplier Diversity Program, an independent business entity must be at least 51% owned, controlled and operated by member(s) for one or more of the following groups:
- Minority-owned Business Enterprise (MBE)
- Hispanic American
- Native American
- Asian/Pacific American
- African American
- Women-owned Business Enterprise (WBE)
- Veteran-owned Business Enterprise (VBE)
- Disabled-owned Business Enterprise (DBE)
- Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
Bay Corrugated Container’s Expectations
Bay Corrugated Container encourages the growth and success of women and minority-owned businesses through our procurement process where appropriate. Our selection of suppliers is always based on the important criteria of quality, price and delivery.
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