Trade Forum Helps Wisconsin Manufacturers of Industrial Supply Products Expand Overseas

The US-based international trade portal World Trade Forum will create a new trade leads bulletin on its Web site designed to connect Wisconsin manufacturers of industrial products with industrial buyers across the globe.

Milwaukee, WI, June 07, 2008 --( The World Trade Forum, an international trade site published by ForeignTRADEX, a division of the Industrial Leaders Group, announced today its plan to launch a specialized B2B matching site at to promote Wisconsin manufacturers and exporters worldwide. According to Greg Davis, a spokesman for the company, the site is intended to help manufacturers in Wisconsin and other U.S. States promote their products to domestic and international markets.

Previously the World Trade Forum and Industrial Leaders Group released an Industrial Classifieds site at which enables manufacturers to promote their products and interact with potential buyers in various countries and regions. Davis said the site is the only industrial-focused marketplace specializing in marketing US-based manufactures and exporters of industrial supplies, equipment and machinery. Users are able to post and explore offerings free of charge and negotiate with potential buyers and suppliers using the system.

"Manufacturers all over Wisconsin are invited to utilize the forum and marketplace to promote their products to an international audience of engineers, MRO professionals and other industrial buyers," says Davis. He added, "From Milwaukee, Madison, Racine and Kenosha to West Allis, Appleton, Oshkosh and Waukesha, all manufacturers of industrial products seeking to enter or expand into overseas markets are welcome to use the resources of the World Trade Forum and the Industrial Leaders Group to promote their goods across the globe."

The World Trade Forum recently re-launched its International Trade Leads Directory at According to Davis, the directory is one of the most comprehensive resources on the Web featuring and analyzing some of the most useful foreign trade resources on-line. Davis said all sites presented in the directory have been evaluated and approved by editors of the World Trade Forum and ForeignTRADEX.

About World Trade Forum

The World Trade Forum analyzes and rates the Web's leading international trade portals at The site is designed to connect industrial importers and exporters worldwide seeking to enter or expand into overseas markets focusing primarily on promoting US-based manufacturers of industrial products.

Donald LaBelle