CONNEX Connecticut Supply Chain Platform Hits Milestone

11.22.2023
CONNEX Connecticut
Manufacturing

Five hundred Connecticut manufacturers have registered with CONNEX Connecticut during the online supply chain platform’s first 10 months in operation. 

The platform is licensed and administered by CBIA affiliate CONNSTEP and funded by the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development’s Manufacturing Innovation Fund.

Connecticut manufacturers use the platform, designed to strengthen the state’s manufacturing ecosystem, to connect directly with other companies to fill supply chain needs. 

East Haven-based DCL Skincare was the 500th company to register since the platform launched earlier this year. 

CONNEX Marketplace 

“We are thrilled to welcome DCL Skincare as our 500th registered company,” CONNEX Connecticut program manager Bernice Zampano said.

“Their decision to join the platform further validates our mission to connect manufacturers and suppliers, driving more business growth and success in our state.”

While Connecticut manufacturers can get complimentary access to CONNEX Connecticut until February 2025, companies can also access the national CONNEX marketplace for $500 annually. 

Companies interested in registering should email CONNSTEP’s Zampano

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