facilitating India manufactures to connect with customers in the west through its Supplier Discovery Tour in India

Mumbai, April 13, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio), the largest global sourcing marketplace for the manufacturing industry, is conducting its Supplier Discovery Tour in India this week. Not only the RFQ (Request for Quote) values exceeding US $80 million are open to India suppliers who are capable to take new orders, but also buyers flying all over from USA to India are meeting India OEM manufacturers face to face in New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Chennai during the month of April 2012. The Tour comprises of Buyer Seller Meets & Seminars to enable Indian entrepreneurs to tap global business opportunities. The Mumbai Event is taking place on 17th April 20-12 at JW Marriott, Juhu.

“We need suppliers willing to make parts according to CAD files for buyers from North America and Europe.” said James Jin, President of Asia Pacific. “As buyers in the west keep telling us that they want greater access to suppliers in India. is excited to build a bridge between them." The supplier discovery tour is a great step for buyers in the west and suppliers from India to meet face to face. Also, it is a great opportunity for them to learn firsthand about the trends of global trade, understanding cultural differences. has been consistently ranked as one of the top technology growth companies in the United States. Buyers all over the world are using to managing their sourcing projects, especially customized manufacturing parts. covers over 300 manufacturing process and helps with matching suppliers’ expertise with ideal buying opportunities.

James Jin, President of Asia Pacific revealed his plan to develop a partner in India to speed up the supplier discovery for worldwide buyers. “Manufacturers here are amazing. We have the largest sourcing professional community in the world and welcome helps to deep into India manufacturing market quickly.” is a good platform showcasing India manufacturers to the world. Founded in 2000, consolidated the once-fragmented world of manufacturing into an efficient marketplace, enabling products to be sourced and built more easily, quickly, inexpensively and at higher quality lever.