ThinkPrime is Meet the Buyer sponsor

Established in 2015, ThinkPrime provides Smarter Global Logistics. The organisation prides itself on its ability to bring fresh-faced thinking, innovation and agility to logistics.

With offices in London, Newcastle and Bangkok, ThinkPrime is positioned to optimise the global supply chain.

Having joined the North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) in 2020, it is also part of the NEAA Trade Group. Through the network, ThinkPrime has collaborated with member organisations and last year, after an urgent call for assistance to fellow NEAA member, ThinkPrime, came to the aid of GT Group, by helping to expedite the release of urgently needed goods held up at Heathrow by HM customs. They have gone on to support further NEAA member companies.

The company is looking forward to attending the upcoming NEAA Expo and has been announced as Meet the Buyer sponsor.

Paul Knight, head of sales at ThinkPrime, said: “We are very much looking forward to not only attending this year’s Expo but to being Meet the Buyer sponsor.

“The Expo is an industry highlight for the North East Automotive sector and we are looking forward to supporting the NEAA and meeting new and familiar faces.

“ThinkPrime is always available to offer guidance on any global supply chain issues and want to be there to support all our customers and fellow NEAA members when needed.”

The 2021 event attracted over 670 delegates, 124 exhibitors, 14 sponsors and helped instigate over 110 meet-the-buyer appointments with ten of the region’s largest automotive companies. These included, Nissan, Komatsu and their tier one suppliers, all of which helped to facilitate vital business connections for the automotive supply chain.

Laura Gage, Marketing & PR Manager at NEAA said: “It’s great to be working with the team at ThinkPrime on this year’s Expo following their sponsorship at the 2021 show. Their continued sponsorship is hugely appreciated and testament to the success of the Expo and the benefits it can bring to companies in the automotive sector.”