How does ITE work?
The Indonesian Timber Exchange (ITE) is an eCommerce solution explicitly developed for the Indonesian wood industry to connect timber buyers and Indonesian suppliers with a seamless procurement solution.
With the ITE, Indonesian Timber Merchants, Importers and Manufacturers can connect with hundreds of local and international timber buyers and suppliers.
The ITE was created in 2018 from a collaboration between the PNORS Technology Group and APHI (Indonesia Forest Business Association). The PNORS Technology Group has over 35 years of experience in the development of Timber software and is one of the most used and trusted software providers in Australia.
Together, with APHI's knowledgeable community of members, the ITE allows for timber companies to connect with hundreds of local and international timber buyers and suppliers through an online portal creating a transparent procurement process.
Connecting Indonesian wood to the world
The Indonesian Timber Exchange provides Timber Manufacturers, Merchants, Importers and Exporters as well as buyers and other timber-related companies with an efficient, cost-effective solution for conducting business transactions. With over 35 years of experience, we understand the business and supply chain processes that take place in the timber industry and the ITE is the creation of decades of experience and technological advancements.
We understand the Timber industry and the complexity of hundreds of products with varying sizes and product identification codes which cause disruption in your supply chain if errors occur.
The Indonesian Timber Exchange is a fully automated customizable B2B electronic commerce solution for the timber industry that can achieve this aim with unprecedented efficiency. Using an optimum blend of eCommerce technology, knowledge of the timber industry's supply chain management and off-line management services and support, all partners can access a controlled, fully secure eCommerce communication and transaction system specifically tailored to the Indonesian timber industry.