localpricetrenz.com is an online information system that facilitates the completion of sale and purchase contracts without an auction, at the seller's and buyer's agreed price, for any product, in any code-able form, in any region and any quantity; followed up with online dispatch, acceptance or rejection and invoicing, with trading on a single screen page. Copyright © 2006

Features and Benefits

A major benefit of localpricetrenz.com is that supplies move directly from the producer to buyer without zigzagging to and from warehouses, assisting in lowering carbon emissions and reducing costs.

Wholesale prices contain no mark-up between buyer and seller offering maximum returns to the producer and competitive supplies to the buyer. Freshness and quality is maximised for the buyer. Prices are set without auctions and trading trends offer guidelines to assist in sustainable production.

Form buy/sell contracts online without an auction

  • any product
  • any price
  • any amount
  • anywhere
  • on a simple single page on your computer screen

Other features
  • sellers can register products for trading
  • seller views markets in chosen regions
  • buyer views offers in own local region
  • seller offers unconditional product guarantee on arrival
  • freight paid by seller
  • buyer offers payment in full on normal terms after acceptance of product
  • deal at the price you choose, whether a buyer or seller
  • deal with who you choose
  • seller advises buyer of consignment details online
  • seller can invoice buyer online
  • buyer enters own purchase order number if required
  • buyer accepts or rejects product online
  • lower carbon footprint by product moving directly from supplier to buyer

Evolution and Development

localpricetrenz.com is designed to encourage sustainable production systems by offering world-class information based marketing platforms. Traders’ thoughts, visions and ideas will be encouraged to further enhance the site.


localpricetrenz.com has been developed from financial market trading information systems that predated computers.

The logic that monitored financial trading on paper and card systems was turned into a simple data base for sales in 1991. Eventually in 2001 a purchasing database base was developed and then for over five years the logic was written and rewritten to allow for onscreen trading. Its aim was to permit zero mark-up contracts without auction between buyers and sellers. With the commitment of a fellow copyright holder the logic was eventually successfully converted to screen shots and once ready to fund and build one of the original designers passed the torch on to another to complete the mission.