Waybridge is thrilled to join MineHub!

Together, we‘ll revolutionize the digital transformation of commodity supply chains, making them more efficient, resilient and sustainable.

Read our official press release here.

Commodity supply chains, demystified.
CO2e reports
Success story
90%Reduced spreadsheet usage
60%Reduced email usage around shipment tracking
4Weeks ahead in ordering for all copper procurement
5Stock outs avoided
Latest News
Key Themes: 2023 Commodity Supply Chain
Waybridge has spent the last few months conducting a set of customer interviews, attending conferences, and digging in with many of our prospects on the issues that they see ahead when it comes to their procurement of key raw materials for 2023.

The results are in, and if you thought 2020 through 2022 were challenging for the commodity supply chain, 2023 may be the most difficult year of them all.

Read it now.
Going From Reactive to Proactive: Superior Essex Case Study
Read the case study that explains how leading magnet wire producer Superior Essex solved their issues with shipment visibility, inventory tracking and countless hours spent in Excel and email by adopting the Waybridge technology platform.

Results such as avoiding plant shutdowns and reducing 90% of Excel usage are a clear testiment to the power of digital transformation.

View the case study.
Port of Panama City Expansion
Waybridge and the Port of Panama City Team Up to Automate and Digitize Bills of Lading for High Value Break Bulk Cargoes
In order to dramatically improve the resiliency and efficiency of the raw materials supply chain, digitizing it as much as possible is a must. To help push this forward, Waybridge has taken a big step towards that by partnering with the Port of Panama City, one of North America's most critical gateways for the importation of metals.

Working together we will bring an Amazon-like tracking experience to the North American metals market by automating the digital creation of electronic bills of lading benefitting international suppliers and domestic consumers.

Learn more in the full press release.
Andrea Aranguren named a 2022 “Pro to Know” by Supply and Demand Chain
Andrea Aranguren, co-founder and Chief Customer Officer (CCO) of Waybridge has been recognized as a winner of Supply and Demand Chain Executive's 2022 Pros to Know Award.

The award highlights outstanding, innovative executives in the supply chain space.

Needless to say, we think Andrea fits the bill, and we are honored to know that our peers think so, too. She is an incredible leader of our team, a force of innovation, and we're extremely proud to see her recognized in this way.

Bravo, Andrea.

And a huge applause for all of the other incredible people named alongside her.
Waybridge Week
We bridged the gap between our remote team to spend time together in our New York office. We are thankful to work with each other and be one team from across the globe.

We played games, broke bread, planned for the upcoming year, and listened to talks from Dax Devlon-Ross and Donna Costa, driving conversations around DEI, and Waybridge's place in the global community.

The joy of being together can' t be measured in any amount of pounds or metric tons.
Waybridge featured on TechBlitz
We are thankful to TechBlitz in Japan for the feature on Waybridge. Co-founder Scott Evans shared with the publication our vision and challenge in aiming to transform raw material supply chains.

Click above to read the article in Japanese.