Black Country Bullet
The Black Country Bullet is a business-to-business showcase which highlights the world-class supply chain in the Black Country area and allows users to find supplier companies using a wide range of search criteria.
The Bullet supports the automotive industry and is a collaborative initiative of Dudley Council, Sandwell Council, Walsall Council, Wolverhampton City Council, Invest Black Country and the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership.
The Bullet is already home to hundreds of automotive suppliers. Automotive buyers and organisations that provide support services to the automotive sector are now being invited to register as new zones are launched on the site.
Buyers from all over the world are being urged to register on the Buyers Zone to post opportunities and requests for information directly on the Bullet site. Registered suppliers will be notified every time a new opportunity or request for information is posted and can respond with an expression of interest.
To further support the industry, a new Related Services Directory has been added to the site and organisations that provide support services to the automotive sector are now able to register on the site to improve their accessibility to automotive supply chain companies across the Black Country.
The website also features an updated news section featuring topics of relevance to the automotive sector including access to finance, business support, national and international news and stories on investments in the region; and an events calendar detailing upcoming events of interest to local suppliers including trade shows, meet-the-buyer events and technical/engineering briefings.
To register as a supplier, buyer or related service, visit the Black Country Bullet and click on the Get Listed tab.
The Bullet captures all that is best about automotive companies in the area and shows that the Black Country has a flair for all things automotive. Visit the Black Country Bullet to see for yourself why Black Country is the UK’s automotive “centre of gravity”.