5 Penn Plaza | New York, New York | 10001 United States
Provides solutions and/or services in the following categories: continues the 120 year legacy of serving the B2B market as the only free platform for sourcing new suppliers built by buyers for buyers. A combination of proprietary taxonomy and sophisticated search over 500K+ North American OEMs, distributors, custom manufacturers, MRO providers and service companies, expedites supplier discovery. In-depth company profiles provide detailed demographics and capabilities to aid supplier evaluation. They include: company description, locations, brands (owned and distributed), product specs/images, equipment lists, job samples, CAD drawings, new product releases, quality certifications, operational and financial risk reports, sales data, ownership status, year established, employee count and key contacts and social media presence. Use embedded workflow tools to compare, shortlist and engage suppliers. When discovery of the right custom manufacturing service poses a real challenge, our Custom Quotes team of engineers is available to build that shortlist.
The databases are extensive and grow daily. 500k commercial and industrial suppliers can be qualified on specific business criteria, i.e. location and diverse ownership with the resulting list yielding multiple companies to bid on projects. The parts database is currently at 6 million and offers line item detail to help ensure specifications are met.

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