While supply chains develop as broader agile global networks, and VMI aims to consolidate and further expand on its market leadership, a digital supply chain strategy has been proactively set out to support future success.

Quyntess has been selected by Vanderlande Industries as its partner for digital supplier collaboration. Both companies aim for a long-term partnership in which Quyntess’s modular solution, based on the global Tradeshift business network, will enable Vanderlande to digitize its procurement, supply chain and finance processes on a global scale.

In this exclusive Quyntess interview, the customer success story of Marel and MCB is showcased. Learn more about their digital transformation journey and how this improved supplier collaboration has made MCB an extended factory of Marel. With this optimization, bot organizations benefit from an integrated IT landscape and efficient collaboration in the area of purchasing, production, logistics, and invoicing. The interview is intended for all business professionals working within direct procurement, logistics, supply chain management, and finance. 

As an experienced integration service provider, Quyntess knows best how powerful business networks can leverage your supply chain collaboration towards each and every business partner. By succesfully completing the certification process as a Peppol Access Point Provider, Quyntess is extending its interoperable supply chain solutions for businesses that require Peppol standards in their procurement processes throughout Europe.

Quyntess is opening access to all of its apps on the Tradeshift platform, so buyers can quickly enable digital collaboration and coordination capabilities.  

The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules a €70 million support scheme to encourage the shift of freight traffic from road to rail in the Netherlands.