Janio was recently featured in Daily Social Indonesia, covering our collaboration with the Indonesian eCommerce Association (idEA).
In the article, Janio’s Chief Operating Officer, Syed Ali Madihid explains how Janio works with idEA such as sharing cross-border shipping expertise with merchants in jointly organised events. He also explains how Janio’s platform and regional logistics network helps eCommerce businesses and various shipping partners grow their businesses internationally.
Ali added, “We hope we can further help eCommerce merchants in Indonesia overcome any challenges they face when it comes to international expansion.”
To find out more, you can access the full story at Daily Social Indonesia.
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