Centaur Communications has signed a letter of intent to work with GoIndustry, an international, business-to-business (B2B), e-commerce platform for used and surplus industrial equipment, to co-develop an on-line trading site for the engineering marketplace.
The agreement will soon give visitors to the UK’s leading engineering portal www.e4engineering.com the ability to buy and sell surplus equipment over the Internet. The new e4 Network site, dubbed www.e4surplus.com, is set to launch over the next month, according to GoIndustry Co-founder and Executive Vice President, David Nahama.
On the site, users will be able to choose from a pull down menu of equipment that interests them, even specifying the manufacturer, model of machine and year it was manufactured. They can also specify whether the machine is new used, or not working!
Arvid Jayal, Publishing Director for Centaur Communications’ www.e4engineering.com said that the new relationship with GoIndustry was a win-win situation for both Centaur Publishing and GoIndustry.
‘We are delighted to be working with an organisation of the calibre of GoIndustry. This co-operative relationship will enable the large number of engineers that we have attracted worldwide to the e4 site to purchase machinery and equipment on-line. The e4 network is now truly becoming a B2B environment.’
David Nahama added that he was excited to be working with Centaur Communications in the co-development of the www.e4surplus.com site. ‘The cross selling of brand will result in establishing the credibility of both parties in the marketplace,’ he said.
For more information on becoming a web partner with e4engineering.com, please contact Arvid Jayal at Centaur Communications on email@example.com.