B2B website slated for global market

Marvin Lazaro, November 20, 2000

PLEASANTON, CA -A new e-marketplace will be available to textile manufacturers and buyers.

The Royal Group of Monaco allied itself with Commerce One to build a global business-to-business e-marketplace.

Aimed at interconnecting global textile companies, enhancing supply chains, increasing efficiency, reducing costs and providing a unified e-commerce platform for the worldwide textile industry, the new site will be called Textile Global Trade and will hopefully help companies manage the business processes and multi-company interconnections common in textile industry supply chains.

"The Royal Group wanted a leading e-marketplace solution to leverage the power of the Internet in managing the complete end-to-end supply chain," said Paul Taylor, vp and gm of Commerce One. "Commerce One plans to work with The Royal Group to deliver that capability in TGT."

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