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Chemicals search engine chembid partners with TankContainerFinder.com

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The world’s largest search engine for chemicals and plastics, chembid, has teamed up with TankContainerFinder.com, a booking platform for tank containers.

In addition to the range of chemicals, supplementary logistics services will also be available for users of the platform. TankContainerFinder.com can help users quickly find tank containers of the desired type and quantity for the transport of their chemicals. Users benefit from a wide range of transport containers, high comparability and cost transparency.

At the same time, commercial suppliers can offer their tank containers and present them efficiently and cost-effectively to a large number of potential customers. The platform currently has over 1,100 active users from 114 countries and over 900 brokerage enquiries, making it one of the largest and fastest-growing platforms for the booking of tank containers.

The partnership between chembid and TankContainerFinder.com offers users of chembid access to a reliable logistics service. Through the cooperation, chembid has strengthened its position in the chemical industry.

"Our users demand innovative solutions for everyday challenges in the chemical industry,” commented Christian Bürger, managing director of chembid. “In addition to purchasing and selling chemicals and plastics, supplementary services in areas such as logistics or financing are also highly relevant. In TankContainerFinder.com we have found a reliable partner from the logistics sector with whom we can offer complementary logistics services on our platform.”

Léon de Bruin, CEO of TankContainerFinder.com, added: “The partnership between chembid and TankContainerFinder.com enables us to broaden our horizons and network within the chemical and plastics industry. We are looking forward to connecting the largest search engine for chemicals and plastics worldwide, with a great presence in the Far East, to the leading platform for tank containers worldwide, and building a more transparent and efficient chemical supply chain together.”