Welcome to CHEMCOTM, your industrial chemical supply sourcing platform. To shop for your industrial chemical needs, click here to visit CHEMCO B2B E-Commerce Portal.

What we do – Wholesale buyer, bulk seller, factory price

Our material supply is purchased directly from contracted factories at bulk price and listed on the portal electronically for the booking by either off-taker (long-term contract purchaser) and spot orders. 

The factory-direct e-commerce model is inspired by Toyota’s just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing model, where wholesale purchase could be done right from factory in time fo the needs of end business buyers, saving time and cost of marketing and logistics, where goods are delivered to customer door front directly from our panel factories. Our customers can procure material 24/7, 265 days and new product listing will be informed to all subscribers upon available, instantly.

Trial run since November 2019, CHEMCOTM is operated as BETA 2.0 version and is dedicated to selective suppliers and customers only. If you are prospect buyers or manufacturer looking for off-take wholesales, register with us today, our local representative will get in touch with you timely.

About Just-in-time (JIT) Manufacturing

Just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing, also known as just-in-time production or the Toyota Production System (TPS), is a methodology aimed primarily at reducing times within the production system as well as response times from suppliers and to customers. Its origin and development was mainly in Japan, largely in the 1960s and 1970s and particularly at Toyota.

Alternative terms for JIT manufacturing have been used. Motorola’s choice was short-cycle manufacturing (SCM). IBM’s was continuous-flow manufacturing (CFM), and demand-flow manufacturing (DFM), a term handed down from consultant John Constanza at his Institute of Technology in Colorado. Still another alternative was mentioned by Goddard, who said that “Toyota Production System is often mistakenly referred to as the ‘Kanban System'”, and pointed out that kanban is but one element of TPS, as well as JIT production.

But the wide use of the term JIT manufacturing throughout the 1980s faded fast in the 1990s, as the new term lean manufacturing became established as “a more recent name for JIT”. As just one testament to the commonality of the two terms, Toyota production system (TPS) has been and is widely used as a synonym for both JIT and lean manufacturing.

Source: Wikipedia