September 1, 2000. Presentation to. Mission. To provide an electronic marketplace that allows buyers in Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) companies worldwide to source, procure, and dispose of surplus and new materials in the most efficient manner possible. The Opportunity.
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To provide an electronic marketplace that allows buyers in Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) companies worldwide to source, procure, and dispose of surplus and new materials in the most efficient manner possible.
$1.4 trillion on the web by 2003
Many Potential Competitors
all of the following:
EPC Industry Focus
Surplus Market Focus
EPC-centric Business Model
No Up Front Costs
EPC Domain Expertise
Office Voice: Email:Fax:
BuyerCreate New RFQs Review Saved RFQs Review Open RFQs Review Closed RFQs Accept Bids Award Bids
Seller Search for RFQs View Requested RFQs Review Pending Bids Review Active Bids Review Awarded Bids Review Rejected BidsReview Closed Bids
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15 June 2000 – MateriaLink Created as Web Destination for EPC 19 June 2000 -- Les McCraw, Retired Chairman & CEO of Fluor Corp Joins Board of Internet Start-up MateriaLink
05 July 2000 – Peter Van Nort, EPC Industry Leader Joins Board of Internet Start-up MateriaLink
26 July 2000 – Carl Falk, President of Commerce One’s Global Trading Web Joins Board of Internet Start-up MateriaLink
10 July 2000 – ENR News: Veteran Launches EPC Site