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Ace Turtle, an omni-channel platform company partnered with CEVA Logistics, a supply chain management company to manage global freight forwarding for International brands that the former will power through its cross-border solution in South East Asia.
Ace Turtle, with its proprietary platform Rubicon which integrates offline and online channels automating and optimising Omni-channel fulfilment for brands will also be enabling cross border commerce solutions for International brands.
The cross border solution will enable brands to reach new customers in newer geographies where the local customers can shop within the same ecosystem of e-commerce which they are used to.
On the other hand, CEVA will handle international air-freight service, local transportation in origin and destination countries and manage custom clearance for the international brands.
Under the agreement, CEVA will provide international freight forwarding services for the following countries, US - Singapore, China - Singapore, China - India, India - Singapore, India - Malaysia, and subsequently from Europe to APAC region.
"In South East Asia, Cross Border e-commerce has a significant contribution in the total e-commerce sales. With the launch of Cross Border solution, our solution is now complete for South East Asia. Through our platform, brands will be able to expand their reach in South East Asia," said Nitin Chhabra, CEO, Ace Turtle.
Backed by Singapore-based Vertex Ventures and C31 Ventures, the venture capital arm of Capitaland, Ace Turtle's technology helps reduce the costs and complexity of omni-channel transformation for enterprise retail clients by using the existing framework of their legacy system.
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