Waverley chooses Tooling Intelligence as inventory partner

Waverley sales director Roger Kelman (left) with Richard Swaffield, managing director at Tooling Intelligence
Waverley sales director Roger Kelman (left) with Richard Swaffield, managing director at Tooling Intelligence

As a leading provider of high-quality cutting tools and solutions, Waverley Cutting Tools has announced that it has entered a strategic partnership with Tooling Intelligence. The collaboration between the two leading companies designates Tooling Intelligence as the preferred inventory management supplier for Waverley Cutting Tools across Scotland.

Located south of Aberdeen in Portlethen, Waverley Cutting Tools supplies Scottish manufacturers with a diverse portfolio of engineering products that range from cutting tools, measuring equipment, abrasives, oils and coolants, PPE, hand tools, welding equipment, consumables and more.

Tooling Intelligence offers SupplyPro inventory management solutions and has remained exclusive to the brand since 2007. For manufacturers in Scotland, this partnership will benefit customers with streamlined inventory management through robust and scalable solutions allowing real-time tracking of tools, automated reordering of depleted stock and integration with existing ERP systems.

Roger Kelman, director at Waverley Cutting Tools, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership: "Tooling Intelligence offer a truly independent solution that allows us to utilise SupplyPro systems to their full potential with our customers.”

Richard Swaffield, managing director at Tooling Intelligence concurred: "It's been fantastic working in partnership with Waverley Cutting Tools. Roger and his team have a broad range of customers with a diverse set of requirements. It's been a pleasure to ensure that our solution has been set up and integrated successfully to meet each customer's requirements and exceed their expectations."

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