Just months after its official launch, Marketparts.com, the first global B2B marketplace for manufacturers and distributors of automotive parts (cars, lorries, motorcycles) is already proving the success of its model.
Already 300 subscribers in Europe and internationally.
Operational since January 2020, Marketparts already has 300 subscribers, 50% from Europe and 50% from the rest of the globe. They account for 75% of the LV/LCV market and for 25% of industrial vehicles. The vast majority of them (85%) are distributors and the rest are equipment manufacturers who are very interested in the possibility of targeting local markets on a 100% digital channel.
During this unprecedented blockage period, Marketparts.com is offering a solution for selling spare parts available immediately and in the best conditions of service, availability and price. This period is also a time for all players in the automotive industry to think about new and original strategic channels for purchasing/selling spare parts.
“We’ve seen an increase of over 50% in demo and trial requests for the platform”, states Christophe Riberolle, CEO of Marketparts.com.
“We’re aware that this situation of instability will continue for a few more months. During this period, we lowered our platform subscription fees to enable a maximum of buyers to use it to efficiently source and purchase Fast Movers as international destocking offers from certified key players”.
Marketparts.com has already connected buyers and sellers from 35 countries on five continents. The market place aims to double its offer and recruit 300 new suppliers to its platform, including about 20 renowned equipment manufacturers, by the end of the year.
Launched in October 2019 by Christophe Riberolle, Marketparts.com is the first global B2B market place for manufacturers and distributors of spare parts for cars, heavy goods vehicles and motorcycles. It offers a unique opportunity to distributors of all sizes, anywhere in the world, to access products from global manufacturers in the best conditions of price, availability and service.