Digitalisation of Air Cargo Industry in Singapore

  Published on 18 February, 2019

Digitalisation of Air Cargo Industry in Singapore

  Published on 18 February, 2019

Digitalisation of Air Cargo Industry in Singapore

  Published on 18 February, 2019

Digitalisation of Air Cargo Industry in Singapore

  Published on 18 February, 2019

VCC is the Appointed Technology Partner of [email protected]

Based on a report from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), since 2005, there is a rapid increase in cross-border e-commerce sales of an average of 20% each year. However, with these opportunities, it also comes with evident challenges which the air freight industry faces; such as keeping up with the ever-increasing capacity demand, ensuring timely delivery of packages as well as the meeting of changing requirements of consumers.

[email protected], a key association representing the air cargo industry in Singapore, recognises the potential and ability to use technologies to disrupt the airfreight industry and with that, to help its members keep up with the challenges ahead.

Aligning with VCC’s vision of simplifying global trade, we are happy to announce that VCC is the appointed technology partner of [email protected], to develop and operate a community platform that will be built exclusively for its members. To help them digitalise their operations and to drive sustainable business growth in the new digital economy. With this partnership, [email protected] members will also be able to tap on CamelONE™’s connectivity and global footprint in 16 countries, gaining entry to new markets beyond Singapore.

The MOU signing ceremony was held on 15 February 2019, at Tanah Merah Country Club and was signed between Mr Desmond Tay, Chief Executive Officer of VCC and Mr Steven Lee, PBM Chairman of [email protected] We look forward to commencing this project with [email protected], to help with the digitalisation of the air cargo industry in Singapore.

MOU Signing with SAAA@Singapore

MOU Signing with SAAA@Singapore

(From left to right) Mr Desmond Tay, Chief Executive Officer of VCC and Mr Steven Lee, PBM Chairman of [email protected] with the signed MOU