Facilitating Stronger Trade Flows For Markets Along the Belt and Road Initiative

  Published on 13 February, 2018

Facilitating Stronger Trade Flows For Markets Along the Belt and Road Initiative

  Published on 13 February, 2018

Facilitating Stronger Trade Flows For Markets Along the Belt and Road Initiative

  Published on 13 February, 2018

Facilitating Stronger Trade Flows For Markets Along the Belt and Road Initiative

  Published on 13 February, 2018

VCC Collabration with PSA for the Chongqing Southern Corridor Project

Presentation by Mr Desmond Tay, CEO of VCC, at the PSA event on 13th Feb 2018

After months of discussions and brainstorming, PSA and VCC embarked on a collaboration to set up an intelligent, secure and scalable service platform system for the Chongqing Southern Corridor project to facilitate stronger trade flows to and from Chongqing.

The overview of the collaboration was presented by Mr. Desmond Tay, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of VCC, at the roadshow organized by PSA in Singapore on 13th Feb 2018. The system will be developed based on VCC’s core platform, CamelONE, and will incorporate technologies such as SaaS and Blockchain. It will also be multi-device friendly and be built into popular platforms such as WeChat, where shippers can query, book and track multi-modal shipment status of their cargo. In the future, the system will also provide other value-added services such as data analytics and cross-border supply chain financial services to relevant companies.

Allen Chan, Deputy CEO/COO of VCC, visiting Chongqing with Mr Gordon Tan, General Manager of Connectivity Solutions

The project is a built up from a series of discussions and engagements with stakeholders in the entire chain, including key members like China-Singapore (Chongqing) Demonstration Initiative office, PSA China Pte Ltd, Pacific International Lines (China) Ltd, Chongqing Bestar Bonded Logistics Co., Ltd, KERRY EAS Logistics Ltd, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and China Construction Bank.