Wind-turbine component OEM’s are increasingly using Spares in Motion to sell in the turbine aftermarket, according to the company. In the last quarter, Spares in Motion experienced a steep increase in the number of turbine-component OEM’s using the international B2B trading platform.
The goal of the OEMs is to use Spares in Motion to sell their product directly to turbine end customers. Some recent subscribers include: Hydratech-Industries, PMC Technology A/S (Part of PMC Group), BGB, and SSB/Emerson.
Reindert Vos, Spare Parts Manager at PMC, said that thanks to their recent presence on Spares in Motion, PMC was able to add 15-plus new customers through the use of the platform, which has greatly helped in generating new sales and international leads.
“The wind-turbine aftermarket is seeing a double-digit growth as a consequence of the widening of the wind-power market and its resulting demand for new and used parts, and maintenance services,” said Jochem Sauer, co-founder of Spares in Motion.
As a result of Spares in Motion platform, OEM can advertise and sell their items directly to potential and already existing clients.
“The direct contact between the two parties is key for a successful transaction,” added Sauer. “In fact, given the technical aspects of the products, having the chance to talk directly to the suppliers reduces the issues once the purchase is done.”
Spares in Motion does not intermediate between the parties, but acts as a third-party facilitating the advertising and the contacts between buyers and suppliers through its website.
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