Rapid developments in technology and science are changing the way we live, work and do business. With trade management becoming a top priority for everyone involved in the business of import and export, the coming year will be a watershed for the digitisation of global supply chains. Companies need to respond with new initiatives as changes are dictated by customers, market forces, competition, and governments.
These trends fall into three rough categories:
- the facilitation and enablement of smother management
- reduction of uncertainty
- and the rise of digital matching.
The opportunities and challenges driving competition, innovation and productivity
As an expert in this field, Mr. Raphael Madarang from APL Logistics, provides a captivating overview of the current and future trade management situation. He looks at the relationship between trade and digitalisation, including e-commerce, digital goods, and financial technologies. Finally, he explores the use of Enterprise Document Management technologies in Trade and Compliance Management.
About Raphael Madarang
Raphael joined APL Logistics’ Supply Chain Solutions team in 2015 to lead the Global Trade Compliance and Management . He specializes in a wide range of local and international business issues concerning international trade and customs such as free trade agreements (FTAs), special customs zones, customs valuation, and tariff classification. He has previously managed several import tax / duty saving projects for large companies involving on-site trade compliance reviews and regularly provides advice on internationally accepted best practices.
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