Fight supply chain bottlenecks for CNC parts with new Orderfox offer

Orderfox has offered its CNC platform free of charge for the entire industry, coming into effect immediately until 20th April 2020.

Flexibility and speed are required if buyers want to find new and reliable suppliers with immediately available CNC capacities at short notice. This is also true for CNC manufacturers looking to find new production partners. supports companies struggling with various shortfalls through numerous platform features: Fast identification of high-quality partners by means of their certificates, competences and technical equipment. Search for partners in any area of the world. Narrow searches down to a radius of a few kilometres. Reduce travel expenses through fast and secure digital processing of CNC RFQs, including real-time communication with business partners via a chat function. Speed through reduced process effort with standardized, secure order and quotation management.

Especially in times when procurement conditions are difficult and economic, global fluctuations are prevalent, is an tool to ensure the flow in supply chains between clients and manufacturers.

Supply bottlenecks in some regions can be eliminated by taking action in other regions – supply chains and delivery capabilities can be maintained even in times of crisis. New production chains can be established by quickly finding suitable, deliverable partners in every region of the world markets

During the current coronavirus development, has more than 20,000 active members worldwide, proving that it is on the right track. This global crisis is best countered with a global instrument that also plays out its strengths regionally.


Orderfox AG

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