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How can I identify key suppliers and customers of a public company?

Last Updated: Mar 19, 2013  |  384 Views

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The key suppliers and customers of a public company can be found using Mergent Horizon.  Access to Mergent Horizon is available via this LibGuide or via the Pomerantz Business Library's Databases A-Z list.  Once in Mergent Horizon, simply search for a company by name or using its ticker symbol.  When you have pulled up a company profile,  you will see "Customers" and "Suppliers" listed in a column on the left side of the screen.  Click on one or the other to see the listing of customers or suppliers.  Note:  You can sort the results by selecting "All Customers/Suppliers" (default) or "As defined by the Company" or "Named as a supplier/customer by other companies".     

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