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Nanotube-suppliers.com, the site ranked number 1 among primary Internet search engines for the query "nanotube(s) supplier(s)", now allows nanotube buyers to contact more than 40 international nanotube suppliers by sending a single e-mail message.

Nanotube-suppliers.com launches a service for nanotube buyers

Paris, France | Posted on June 5th, 2008

Nanotube-suppliers.com is a site that indexes international nanotube manufacturers and suppliers. More than 40 suppliers are already listed on the site. Since the nanotube market remains non-standardized, it is often difficult and time-consuming for nanotube buyers to find exactly what they are looking for. Between the various types of nanotubes, production processes, distribution channels, purities, etc., buyers are often forced to contact a number of suppliers to find the exact type of nanotube that meets their needs at the best price.
These searches can take an enormous amount of time, which is why today the site Nanotube-suppliers.com opens its simple and fast service for contacting multiple nanotube suppliers.

The site Nanotube-suppliers.com now offers an online form in which a nanotube buyer can enter information about the nanotubes sought (availability, price, specifications, etc.). This form is then sent to the Nanotube-suppliers.com staff, who then forward it to the more than 40 nanotube suppliers currently listed.

Once the suppliers receive the e-mail with the buyer's message, they are free to reply the buyer directly.

This service, currently accessible at absolutely no cost, was developed as a result of numerous requests received by Nanotube-suppliers.com from nanotube buyers seeking nanotube product and price information as well as information about which suppliers were capable of supplying the products desired.

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About Kaeria SARL
Kaeria SARL, founded in 2003 in Paris FRANCE, is the company which owns and publishes www.nanotube-suppliers.com.

Kaeria SARL is focused on international nanotechnology promotion and business research.

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