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Free Supply Chain Services Offered for Japanese Chemical Industry

In the wake of the destruction in Japan, Elemica, a supply chain integration and optimization services provider for the chemicals industry, says for the next six months it will provide access free of charge to its QuickLink Portal to any buyer or seller located in Japan wanting to transact business across the Elemica network.

Through the course of this disaster, the Internet has remained the most stable and reliable piece of infrastructure. Elemica's network provides the continuous service and crucial visibility that companies need to quickly and effectively respond to the disruption in their supply chains.

Inquiries regarding this offer can be made to Brian Selby, senior vice president, Asia, at brian.selby@Elemica.com, or to Ted Higuchi, managing director of Elemica Japan, at takeshi.higuchi@elemica.com.

Company officers say Elemica connects more than 2,500 companies across multiple industries.

Source: Elemica

In the wake of the destruction in Japan, Elemica, a supply chain integration and optimization services provider for the chemicals industry, says for the next six months it will provide access free of charge to its QuickLink Portal to any buyer or seller located in Japan wanting to transact business across the Elemica network.

Through the course of this disaster, the Internet has remained the most stable and reliable piece of infrastructure. Elemica's network provides the continuous service and crucial visibility that companies need to quickly and effectively respond to the disruption in their supply chains.

Inquiries regarding this offer can be made to Brian Selby, senior vice president, Asia, at brian.selby@Elemica.com, or to Ted Higuchi, managing director of Elemica Japan, at takeshi.higuchi@elemica.com.

Company officers say Elemica connects more than 2,500 companies across multiple industries.

Source: Elemica