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Following the announcement on the extension of Movement Control Order (Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan) nationwide except Sarawak from 5 February 2021 to 18 February 2021, we would like to assure customers that services offered by Dagang NeXchange Berhad (“DNeX”) in particular the National Single Window (“NSW”) for Trade Facilitation will operate as usual throughout the MCO.

Customers of NSW and related services are highly encouraged to use Dagang Net’s Customer Portal (https://www.mydagangnet.com/), email (careline@dagangnet.com) and Live Chat (https://www.mydagangnet.com/) to get in touch with our officers for any inquiries or contact Dagang Net Careline at 1 300 133 133.

Other customers are encouraged to leverage on telecommunications and online channels such as email and virtual meetings to engage with us.

For more information and updates on the company, kindly visit www.dnex.com.my or follow DNeX Malaysia on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

4 February 2020

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