Xometry acquires Thomas in $300m deal
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Xometry acquires Thomas in $300m deal



Xometry has introduced the acquisition of Thomas, a number one product sourcing, provider choice and digital advertising firm.

Thomas brings deep relationships with extremely certified enterprise patrons and engineers, with greater than 1.3 million customers and 500,000 business and industrial sellers registered to its platform.

Xometry believes the acquisition – which is valued at $300m and anticipated to shut this week – will quickly develop its purchaser and vendor base and assist to boost its world digital market for producers. It additionally expects Thomas’ advertising and knowledge providers to ship an ‘unmatched suite of end-to-end providers for sellers with further fintech and digital advertising merchandise.’

“Xometry and Thomas share a typical mission of championing the digital transformation of the manufacturing business, one of many largest sectors of the worldwide economic system and the muse for innovation in every single place,” commented Randy Altschuler, CEO of Xometry. “Thomas brings robust model fairness, trusted and intensive relationships, proprietary knowledge and superior full-funnel advertising providers – property that completely complement our digital market. Collectively, we are going to introduce new providers, cross-sell to our mixed base and develop our suite of merchandise, significantly in fintech and digital advertising.”

“Thomas has a protracted and proud historical past of bringing energetic patrons and sellers collectively on our Thomasnet.com platform and offering the info and advertising providers that inform decision-making,” added Tony Uphoff, President and CEO of Thomas. “In becoming a member of forces with Xometry, we’re uniting our merchandise with the facility of the Xometry market so we will do much more for business collectively.”


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