Neurored, a global supply chain management and transportation management solutions provider native to the Salesforce CRM platform, recently announced a new digital supply chain network developed to speed the sourcing, production and shipping of critical supplies including COVID-19 personal protective equipment. The Critical Supply Chain Network, Powered by Neurored, connects manufacturers, sourcing agents and freight forwarders to more quickly supply PPE to healthcare facilities, non-profits, NGOs, government agencies and businesses.
Responding to demand for PPE, new manufacturers, shippers and purchasers are emerging daily in markets worldwide. The ability to find and engage with these organizations quickly and securely is critical to overcoming the global PPE shortage. Access to the Critical Supply Chain Network is available to qualified new PPE buyers, suppliers and transportation companies through free community user licenses issued by current Neurored SCM and TMS solutions users. Eligible transportation and sourcing specialist companies can now sign up for one free Transportation Network Community License plus thirty days of Premier Onboarding Support. Buyers can receive one or more free licenses in the Critical Supply Chain Network Communities.
"PPE is the first of many vital supply chain products for which businesses and governments need to immediately facilitate sourcing and shipping," said Joe Hudicka, Managing Director at Neurored. "We're witnessing fundamental demand shifts in many areas including food chains, which will be long-term, if not permanent. Connected, resilient and efficient digital supply chains will be crucial to successfully battling COVID-19 and other future challenges.”
Neurored is an award-winning global supply chain solutions provider and five-star rated Salesforce AppExchange ISV helping businesses digitize their operations in the fast-paced world of Global Trade and Logistics. Neurored is headquartered in Madrid, Spain with operations in North America and Asia. The company's global footprint allows it to serve a wide range of companies operating in the worldwide supply chain including freight forwarders, manufacturers, terminal operators, carriers, sourcing specialists and commodities and industrial traders.
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