Moris has launched the first online sales platform in Poland, the company announced. Nearly 4,000 articles for business customers are available on the moris.eu website, e.g. from the steel and railway industries.
“The launch of an online purchasing platform is another step in the digitization of the company and the use of the potential of our warehouse, which is the most modern facility of this type in the country and one of the largest in Europe. Thanks to new technologies, we can complete orders several times faster. It was therefore a natural step for us to introduce a tool to streamline the purchasing process. There is no other such solution on the Polish market. The feedback we have received from customers who have already used the platform confirms our belief that it was the right business decision,” said Piotr Opoń, e-commerce & digital manager at Moris, quoted in the release.
Currently, almost 4,000 articles for business customers from the steel and railway industries are available on the platform. Through this solution, entrepreneurs can buy not only from Poland, but also from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and soon from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Hungary. So far, every customer who has used online sales places subsequent orders through this channel.
“The biggest advantage of placing an order online is the speed of its execution. Until now, when a customer wanted to receive a quote and place an order, the entire process required direct contact with the sales department. At moris.eu we receive basic information about the product right away, and the order is valued on an ongoing basis depending on the value of the shopping basket. The whole process is fully automated – simple, functional and fast. This is the first solution of this type in our industry and I am convinced that it is a step in the right direction,” added Opoń.
Moris says that it is one of the most technologically advanced distributors of steel products and railway accessories and a manufacturer of welded rails for high-speed railways on the Polish market. The company has been operating since 1994. It has a fully automated high-storage steel warehouse and a stationary rail welding shop that allows welding rails up to 360 meters long.