PSA tackles supply chain issues with e-trade services partnership
PSA International has forged a partnership with CrimsonLogic subsidiary GeTS to tackle manifold inefficiencies in the logistics supply chain. The partnership will work alongside Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Economic development Board to meet compliance and regulatory issues. DBS Bank will provide financial technology services
An initiative has been launched under the name CALISTA by Singapore’s PSA International to bring standardisation and transparency to the logistics supply chain
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