ICN’s hugely successful online procurement and supply chain system is set to become even better with a major overhaul and relaunch. The new ICN Gateway will make it even easier for project owners to promote their projects and suppliers to find work and promote their capabilities.
ICN Gateway already gives suppliers access to more than $400bn from an impressive array of prime clients, including Rheinmetall, Shell, John Holland, Rio Tinto and BAE.
“Finding, applying for and winning new business can be tough, expensive, time-consuming and in many cases, a matter of luck. Gateway aims to make that task easier for Australian industry. We’re calling it ‘New Business, Upgraded’,” ICN Ltd Executive Director, Warren Jansen, said.
“ICN has a proven track record of providing full, fair and reasonable access to local opportunities.
“Since being created over 30 years ago, we helped local businesses find $30 billion worth of contracts to keep them working and growing. We’re thrilled about the change this will make to industry and look forward to doing our part in growing the Australian economy through these projects.”
The overhaul is part of ICN’s new Strategic Plan, developed in partnership with the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources. It supports the Australian Government’s Modern Manufacturing Strategy.
“By investing in this system, ICN is investing in the future of Australian industry and looks forward to modernising how project owners promote their projects and enabling businesses to find out what projects are out there and submit their expressions of interest,” Warren said.
“In addition, this overhaul has opened many doors, and we look forward to introducing some new and exciting features for our customers over the coming months.”
Look out for your new-look Gateway at www.gateway.icn.org.au
Take a sneak peek here.