Global eTrade Services欢迎中外运集装箱运输有限公司 入驻CALISTA平台

2020年03月26日 15时 航运界

全球贸易平台Global eTrade Services (GeTS) 宣布,中外运集装箱运输有限公司(中外运集运)正式入驻其旗下开放、中立、可信赖的全球供应链综合性平台CALISTATM。中外运集运是一家专注于亚洲区域内集装箱运输的企业。

GeTS首席执行官Chong Kok Keong表示:“过去10年来,中国一直是东盟最大的贸易伙伴,2019年上半年双边贸易额达到2920亿美元。我们非常高兴中外运集运能够加入

Global eTrade Services adds Sinotrans Container Lines on CALISTATM
Singapore, 24 March 2020 – Global eTrade Services (GeTS), a global trade platform company announced the addition of Sinotrans Container Lines Co., Ltd. (Sinolines) on CALISTATM, an open, neutral and trusted global supply chain orchestration platform. Sinolines is a shipping company focusing on intra-Asia trade in China. 
Customers on CALISTATM can leverage on Sinolines’s extensive port network in China and access to warehousing, terminal and yard services with multimodal freight options including cross-border rail transhipment services. 
Sinolines will harness CALISTATM to expand their business footprint and customers can tap on CALISTATM’s global connectivity to more than 60 Customs nodes to fulfil their compliance requirements as well access to financing suite on the same platform. 
Chong Kok Keong CEO of GeTS, said: “China has been ASEAN’s largest trading partner in the past 10 years, with bilateral trade reaching $292 billion in the first half of 20191. We are delighted to have Sinolines onboard CALISTATM, to integrate the digital and logistics aspects of the supply chain ecosystem.  This partnership will bring synergistic value to the customers, allowing for more efficient logistics and distribution. We will continue to make trade more accessible, predictable and easier.”
Zhao Chun Ji GM of Sinolines, said: “As a shipping company focusing on intra-Asia trade, Sinolines aims to offer comprehensive logistic service to customers. It is a great pleasure for Sinolines to establish cooperation with GeTS and to connect with a supply chain orchestration platform. We can provide better, more convenient and 
efficient service to our customers through the close cooperation between Sinolines and GeTS.”