Worldwide Industrial Adds Live RFQ’s To Its 64 Industrial Directories

. August 14, 2008

The US-Asia industrial trade portal Worldwide Industrial Marketplace (WIM) has added Open Request-for-Quotes (RFQs) from qualified buyers to its network of industrial supply directories serving North America and Asia.

Engineers, MRO professionals, manufacturers and other industrial buyers and suppliers across the globe have a new way to connect with one another on the Web. Worldwide Industrial Marketplace, an international publisher of industry-focused websites and a division of the Industrial Leaders Group, announced today it will include Live RFQs from worldwide industrial buyers on each of its directories at www.WorldwideIndustrialMarketplace.com.

According to Maria Santos, spokesperson for the company, the RFQs provided on the site include demands from companies sourcing for all kinds of industrial products and custom manufacturing services. Manufacturers, exporters and other suppliers of such goods and custom manufactured parts and components are able to include their company on the site to enable buyers to contact them directly.

“Members of Worldwide Industrial have requested we provide more solutions to help them reach their target market, generate trade leads and increase their customer base,” says Santos. She added, “The site now provides live RFQs from companies in need of tooling, machining, casting and molding, metal fabricating, extrusions, industrial design, rapid prototyping and other custom manufacturing services. Suppliers will find a wide range of trade leads from both buyers and suppliers of industrial goods and custom manufactured parts and components.”

Mark Hamilton, Business Director of the company believes adding open RFQ’s from qualified buyers will enable Worldwide Industrial to continue its mission to develop trading partnerships for U.S. companies involved in the manufacturing marketplace. “Quality trade leads have always played a significant role in business, especially in today’s highly competitive B2B marketplace,” said Hamilton. He continued, “Open RFQs from pre-qualified buyers are unquestionably the most effective tread leads of all because the company is ready to buy now.”

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