Tradeling signs MoU with Hutchison Ports Ajman
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Tradeling signs MoU with Hutchison Ports Ajman

Tradeling signs MoU with Hutchison Ports Ajman

As part of Tradeling’s offering, sellers from across the world will be able to ship and store their products cost-free at the company’s warehouses

Tradeling, the eMarketplace focused on business-to-business (B2B) transactions in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Hutchison Ports Ajman.

The agreement will open new opportunities, including a faster cargo clearance and delivery to Tradeling’s facilities for businesses globally to import goods into the UAE using Hutchison Ports Ajman’s facilities.

The official signing of the agreement by Marius Ciavola, chief executive officer of Tradeling and David Shin, chief executive officer of Hutchison Ports Ajman, took place at Tradeling’s offices in Dubai.

Under this agreement, Hutchison Ports Ajman will fully handle transferring and processing Tradeling’s cargo through their facilities to offer safe, efficient and seamless processing of mass shipments to Tradeling’s warehouses in Dubai Commerce City.

Furthermore, as part of Tradeling’s offering, sellers from across the world will be able to ship and store their products cost-free at Tradeling’s warehouses. This will guarantee a faster delivery to buyers in the UAE. Hutchison Ports Ajman will manage the logistical requirements through Ajman ports.

Marius Ciavola said: “We are building a dominant business-to-business (B2B) ecosystem, and it is through agreements such as this with Hutchison Ports Ajman that we continue to execute and bolster our goal to become the main search and sourcing tool for business buyers across the region. Together we will ensure a reliable and smooth trade process in addition to providing logistics and financing solutions to Tradeling’s customers.”

David Shin added: “We are looking forward to the collaboration between Hutchison Port Ajman and Tradeling to deliver end-to-end services across the entire supply chain. We are confident that this cooperation shall prove beneficial and promote trade relations for both sides.”

Connecting global suppliers with MENA-based demand, Tradeling leverages advanced technology to optimise the supply chain and creates economic value in addition to mitigating risks.

Today, Tradeling has over 100,000 registered buyers and sellers from over 55 countries.

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