17 November 2022
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is looking to an adopt an air cargo community system developed through a partnership of Kale Logistics Solutions (Kale) and Dagang Net Technologies.
Under the agreement, both parties will conduct a study on the implementation of the “first-of-its-kind digital platform”, connecting airport stakeholders at the Malaysian airport.
The solution will be a neutral and open platform, enabling “intelligent and secure information exchange between public and private stakeholders to improve the competitive position of Malaysian airport communities”.
The platform will also be integrated with other community systems such as the National Single Window (NSW) and Port Community Systems (PCS) for Trade Facilitation, enabling the exchange of trade data within the trade community.
Vineet Malhotra, co-founder and director, Kale Logistics Solutions, said: “Our role is to support businesses, especially SMEs, by providing an efficient and comprehensive global logistics network that can serve a larger international customer base and reduce trade barriers.
“Together with Dagang Net, we wish to create a global network of smart logistics hubs, starting here in Malaysia.”
Dagang Net has been spearheading paperless, electronic Customs-related services to “ease trade facilitation and streamlining international trading processes”.
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