Hangzhou, China, March 04, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Recently, Bridgat.com, a reliable online transaction platform from China, has released its new feature: a group of twenty-four useful tools which is one of the most distinctive services of Bridgat. Additionally, anyone can use these tools for free.
Bridgat has been serving the world’s small-and-medium-sized business since its foundation. It has its headquarters located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China and branch offices around the world. Bridgat’s ultimate omission is to build a bridge between manufacturers and buyers all over the world. On its website, www.bridgat.com, various sellers are offering quality products to the global buying community who benefits from wholesale discounting pricing.
According to Andy Zheng, general manager of Bridgat, these tools are Abbreviation Finder, American vs. British English, Current Local Time, Domain WHOIS Lookup, Email Address Verifier, Foreign Exchange Rates, Free Online Translators, Global Shipping Rates, International Shipment Tracking, IP Address Lookup, Measurement Converter (including Area Conversion, Capacity and Volume Conversion, Convertisseur poids-masse, Distance and Length conversion, Energy Conversion, Power Conversion, Stress and Pressure Conversion, and temperature Conversion), Area Codes Locator, Scientific Calculator, Time Zone Converter, Train Timetable, Zip Code Lookup, and QR Code Generator. “These tools are mainly designed to facilitate people’s life,” said Andy Zheng. “You can find any tool online, but you never find a group of tools as complete as what we provide,” he continued.
Bridgat, founded in 2007, is a leading marketplace for worldwide customers to shop online. It aims at bringing small and medium-sized suppliers together and connecting them online with end-consumers. To achieve this goal, Bridgat provides multi-language service and offers customers nearly everything they would ever need to buy with quality guarantee and integrity protection.
For more detailed information about these twenty-four useful tools, readers can visit: http://www.bridgat.com/tools.html