Woodworking Online Trading Hub Launched

by WOHe

Atlanta Signaling “the next phase of expansive growth and
development in the global woodworking machinery and cutting tool
sector,” participants have announced the launch of “the first and
only online business community developed for buyers, suppliers and
manufacturers in the industry.”

The new online trading hub WoodMachineryCommerce.com made its
debut at the International Woodworking Fair (IWF) 2000 here in late
August. The enterprise is co-sponsored and was developed by the
Philadelphia, PA-based Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America and
Unibex, a provider of electronic marketplace infrastructure for
business communities.

Unibex has launched similar e-commerce communities in
partnerships with companies and trade associations in the
automotive and other industries. Its online platform provides
companies with an avenue to create an online presence; exchange
products and information; buy, sell and ship goods; manage
delivery, and track orders, according to the company.

WoodMachineryCommerce.com will provide participating companies
with “the simplest, most complete out-of-the-box suite of
e-commerce business offerings, including trade booths, catalogs,
auctions and interactive classifieds, officials connected with the
new venture said.

WMMA executive v.p. Ken Hutton commented, “We view
WoodMachineryCommerce.com as the online source that will finally
bring together one of the most diverse, ever-expanding industries
in the world.”

Hutton noted that the global woodworking machinery and cutting
tool industry encompasses woodworking, cabinet and furniture
manufacturers, cabinet shops, fabricators, architectural woodwork
suppliers and related industry professionals many of whom are
actively doing business as part of the kitchen and bath
industry.

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