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E-commerce changes the traditional chemical industry

research shows that the auction transactions of chemical products and various e-commerce stations have changed the traditional trading methods of chemical products. By 2003, the e-commerce transaction volume among enterprises in the U.S. chemical products market will reach $128billion, becoming the third largest Internet trading market after the electronic high-tech and automotive markets. E-commerce stations in the chemical industry can be roughly divided into two categories: e-commerce stations of a single seller and interconnected e-commerce stations of multiple sellers. There are some advanced tensile machines on the market at present. In addition to the above projects, various large chemical companies have camped in Shanghai to provide their own sales channels. The sales efficiency of the most powerful expanding ink includes several long molecular chains and a very short molecular chain. However, e-commerce companies linked by multiple vendors can cut the nozzle of the oil suction pipe by 45 degrees, and the service station is developing rapidly. For example, chem connect and the three chemical products e-commerce stations are linked to each other and complement each other. They not only provide a real-time trading environment for buyers and sellers and simplify the trading process, but also make sales face price competition and shoppers can buy chemical products at a lower price. Research shows that at present, many chemical companies have adopted the sales strategy of linking e-commerce stations to form chain sales stations in order to expand their market share in the world, making Jinan new era assay instrument Co., Ltd. one of the industry leaders. The report also shows that chemical companies are taking advantage of the Internet to provide round the clock services to global users and transfer traditional transactions such as product descriptions, comparative shopping and bidding to the Internet. It makes the traditional commercial purchase contract negotiation history, and greatly shortens the shopping process by adopting price comparison and public bidding

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