Dagang NeXchange Berhad (DNeX), via its wholly-owned subsidiary Dagang Net Technologies Sdn Bhd (Dagang Net) recently launched TradeSwift DAGANGNET, an all-in-one trade facilitation SuperApp.
The SuperApp, a proprietary innovation by DNeX, is designed to be a one-stop centre for all logistics and cross-border trade services and will provide value-added features in addition to the company’s web-based e-Services for trade facilitation.
Launched by Investment, Trade and Industry minister Datuk Seri Utama Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz in Kuala Lumpur today, the SuperApp, will allow manufacturers, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), importers and exporters, shipping and forwarding agents, and freight forwarders to enjoy the convenience and efficiency to perform multiple trade facilitation services anytime, anywhere in real-time.
Also present at the launch were DNeX’s executive chairman Tan Sri Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohamed Tahir, group chief operating officer Azhar Othman and chief executive officer Wan Ahmad Syatibi Wan Abd Manan.
Zainal said represents a significant step forward in digital trade solutions.
“By consolidating a range of trade services into a single mobile application platform, the SuperApp can simplify trade processes and improves turnaround time.
“This will lead to ease of doing business for the trading community and will contribute to Malaysia’s stature as a prominent and advanced trade hub in the region,” he said in a statement today (Oct 9).
Zainal said TradeSwift DAGANGNET is a testimony of continuous efforts by the company to be at the forefront of innovative solutions for customers.
“It is the first of many steps that we are pursuing to continuously enhance our services offerings in line with the government’s aspirations to boost trade activities and volume in the country.
“Building upon the Group’s vast technical capabilities and expertise in trade facilitation, we aim to bring this technology to other countries beyond Malaysia,” he said.
Moving forward, he added that the Group is focused on expanding its capabilities in new technology areas encompassing next-generation applications, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, big data analytics, IR 4.0 and system integration services.
DNEX’s Dagang Net has more than 30 years of experience in spearheading paperless electronic customs-related transactions and duty payments. The company has also been the operator of Malaysia’s national single window for trade facilitation, which facilitates electronic Customs-related transactions and duty payments, and electronic document transfer between members of its trading community since 2009.