Marex.com Touted In Forbes.com 'Best of the Web'

Tuesday, July 18, 2000
Miami-based Marex.com, a leading marine industry B2B e-commerce company, was selected for inclusion in Forbes.com's first annual Best of the Web: B2B Guide. According to Forbes.com, editors worked with industry experts to sort through more than 1,000 B2B marketplaces. The result was a list of the most promising B2Bs based upon their strategy, execution and financial staying power.

"We're very pleased to be included in this prestigious group," said David Schwedel, president and chief executive officer of Marex.com. "I applaud Forbes.com for using solid criteria and for beginning the process of differentiating, in their words, B2Bs from the wannabes."

Marex.com has developed a proprietary set of procurement solutions that together address the entire marine industry purchasing lifecycle, from planning through procurement to liquidation.


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