25 March 2010
Expert zone focussed on Singapore helps buyers better source suppliers in the Port of Singapore.
SINGAPORE, 25 March, 2010 – ShipServ, the leading maritime e-marketplace, today announced at Asia Pacific Maritime 2010 that it had released a Singapore Supplier Guide as part of its ShipServ Pages supplier directory.
Pages is used by 60,000 maritime purchasers a month and features more than 30,000 suppliers. Buyers use Pages to source suppliers of ship supplies and services around the world. Typically they use the directory to look for more competitive suppliers, source parts for old or obsolete equipment, find suppliers in unfamiliar ports and source equipment repair services.
The addition of the Singapore Supplier Guide provides a dedicated area in Pages, meaning buyers find it even easier to locate suppliers in the Port of Singapore. Plus suppliers get the opportunity to raise their profile in the area.
The Singapore Supplier Guide is part of a wider release that includes Guides for Hamburg, Rotterdam and Shanghai. To see the Singapore Supplier Guide click here. Suppliers wishing to be part of the Guides should email email@example.com.
NOTES TO EDITORS
General press enquiries should be directed to John Watton, Chief Marketing Officer, ShipServ on +44 20 3051 0257, email John Watton.
2. About ShipServ
ShipServ is the leading maritime e-marketplace, helping the buyers and sellers of ship supplies to reduce the costs associated with doing business together. In 2009 ShipServ helped its members save an estimated $400m and transformed the way they do business. Whether a Buyer needs to streamline its purchasing operations or a Supplier wants to reduce the cost of attracting or retaining customers, ShipServ is unique in helping businesses of all sizes to find each other easily, connect cost effectively and trade efficiently. Today the ShipServ community numbers nearly 150 buying organizations, 5,000 vessels and 30,000 suppliers. For more information visit www.shipserv.com.
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