Xometry launched the Xometry Shop Advantage Program, an exclusive program for 2,400 small to mid-size qualified manufacturing members in Xometry’s Manufacturing Partner network. Manufacturers Capital is among the industry partners participating in the program.
The program provides Xometry members easy access to a portfolio of offers on computer hardware, tooling, raw materials, and business services such as equipment financing. Other industry partners include: supplier of cutting tools and tooling solutions Sandvik Coromant; computer technology company Dell; supply chain cost reduction company Transportation Impact; sustainable manufacturing specialists Geared for Green and online provider of custom metals and plastics OnlineMetals.
“We’re focused on helping our manufacturing partners grow their businesses, streamline processes, and improve their cash flow,” said Bill Cronin, senior vice president of Sales and Marketing at Xometry. “The Shop Advantage Program allows our partner shops to spend less time and money sourcing supplies such as raw materials and tooling so they can focus on what they love best – making quality parts for customers. This program is one of several initiatives we are working on that will bring additional value to our manufacturing partners in the near future.
“At Dell, we’re committed to helping small businesses use technology to run smarter and more profitably,” said Mobolaji Sokunbi, head of Acquisitions and Strategic Partnerships, North America Small Business. “We’re delighted to partner with Xometry to provide fast, easy access to deals on Dell products that will help small American manufacturers stay competitive.”
Manufacturers Capital is a division of Commercial Credit Group. It offers a variety of tailored finance products to manufacturing and machine shops across the United States and Canada.
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