Friday 26th May 2023
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Auckland, NZ. Australia’s peak body for exporters, Export Council Australia (ECA), has agreed to a partnership with TradeWindow to accelerate the adoption of digital solutions for trade.
TradeWindow’s CEO AJ Smith sees an opportunity for TradeWindow and ECA to set the pace for the uptake of digital solutions for trade by Australia’s huge export sector.
“We are delighted to partner with the Export Council of Australia. As the peak body for exporters, our partnership with ECA will provide us with further access into many more of the main players in Australia’s international trade ecosystem and enable more exporters to enjoy the positive disruptive experience of using digital solutions,” says Mr Smith.
ECA’s members include small, medium, and large enterprises across manufacturing, agrifood, well-being and health, wine, defence, entertainment, information technology, cyber security, and construction to name a few. They export to a diverse range of markets across every continent of the world.
ECA’s CEO Arnold Jorge believes that the ECA and TradeWindow are strongly aligned on the need to further develop capability and capacity in the exporting sector and is excited to see collaboration beyond the existing manual solutions.
“Our new partnership with TradeWindow is part of ECA’s ongoing drive to provide the Australian trading ecosystem with access to the most up-to-date technologies and global best practices,” says Mr Jorge
ECA also welcomes TradeWindow’s active involvement in the 2023 Premier’s NSW Export Awards, and the Super Exchange: Emerging Technologies and Sustainable Trade Conference.
Founded in December 2018, TradeWindow is an NZX-listed software company that provides digital solutions for exporters, importers, freight forwarders, and customs brokers to drive productivity, increase connectivity, and enhance visibility. TradeWindow’s software solutions integrate to form a cohesive digital trade platform that enables customers to more efficiently run their back-end operations, share information and securely collaborate with a global supply chain made up of customers, ports, terminals, shipping lines, banks, insurance companies, and government authorities.
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