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Cyberjaya, 6 September 2020 – Dagang NeXchange Berhad (“DNeX”), through subsidiary SealNet Sdn Bhd, is bringing together industry experts in the supply-chain and cross-border trade to re-imagine what the industry would look like in the future, especially in a Covid-19 pandemic reality.

The experts will discuss and share perspectives on approaches to tap on emerging opportunities and overpower the challenges especially brought about by the pandemic in a webinar called "Unveiling the Future of Cross Border and Trade Compliance" to be held on 9 September 2020 starting at 10.00 am.

“The webinar is one of the best platforms that can bring together industry players and experts in the region to discuss the future of the industry, foreseeing possible challenges and opportunities so that we can be well prepared and ready for any changes on the horizon,” said Encik Mohd Azhar Mohd Yusof, Acting Group Managing Director of DNeX.

“We also hope this webinar can act as a catalyst for all participants to be aware of the importance of digitalisation especially in the age of Covid-19, taking the crisis as an opportunity to change or transform,” he added.

Notable speakers of the event are ‎Mike Yap, Vice President Product (Compliance Services) & Mass Market Sales of GeTS; Ng Chee Keong, Vice President Product (Logistics Solution) & Global Enterprise Sales of GeTS; Christian Warhuus, Chief Technology Officer AltMind AS - Norway; and Anthony Raj Muthu, Drector Professional Services SEEBURGER Asia Pacific.

The list of distinguished panellists meanwhile include Gurudutt PB, Managing Director of SEEBURGER Singapore Pte Ltd; Manoj Saxena, Chairman of RosettaNet Singapore; and S Prakash Shanmugam, Head, Tax Delivery Petronas Group Tax.

All are welcome to reserve a free seat to join the webinar by registering at to https://www.sealnet.online/.

SealNet offers a web-based one-stop system that is designed to ease total cargo and trade management processes, connecting exporters and importers with all relevant parties, such as freight forwarders and customs, and enabling the exchange of trade data digitally.

With a thought-out, clean and simple user interface, the system covers key parts of trade facilitation value chain from the initial stage of importers and exporters invoicing and packing list, through the forwarding and shipping journey, regulatory and authority clearance and approvals right up to the delivery point.

 

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