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21.09.2018

Worldwide solar panel stock website launched

DeValk EurAsian BV (the Netherlands) has launched www.solarpanelstock.com, a B2B website providing worldwide stock information about solar panels. Suppliers (producers, distributors, resellers, etc.) can now register.

In concert with eSoftware Solutions, DeValk EurAsian BV developed this website as an answer to this question of many PV professionals: “For my project I need this quantity of solar panels of this type, and I need them fast, where are they?”

SolarPanelStock.com is a simple and easy to use website, for the ‘searchers’ as well as for the suppliers who don’t want to spend too much extra time maintaining the data.

After registration the suppliers can enter their company data and panel/stock data. For the panels this basic data can be entered: brand name, model, type, power and the data sheet URL. For each panel the stock data can be entered: country, quantity and minimum order quantity.

The users can search on brand, panel power, type and location (region or country), where panel type and region are mandatory.

“Which suppliers have brand X mono 280 panels in Egypt?”

“Which poly panels are somewhere in Europe?”

Many suppliers know the problem that they have panels in their warehouses, but only few people know of their panels or even their existence. Especially for the lesser-known suppliers it is difficult to reach the possible buyers. With this website they will not only make their products known, but also themselves.

SolarPanelStock.com is not a web shop but purely an informational platform, suppliers can be contacted directly for more information and delivery.

Companies worldwide are currently invited to register and start using the website. Of course it will take some time for the database to fill but in a couple of months SolarPanelStock.com will be fully operational.

For more information the SPS team can be contacted at: info@solarpanelstock.com

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Source   DeValk EurAsian BV 2018

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