Janio Technologies, a cross-border logistics service provider that simplifies eCommerce deliveries in Southeast Asia, and Fast & Fuyooh X, an entrepreneurship programme catered to startups, have announced a strategic partnership to enable businesses to expand between Singapore and Malaysia and across Southeast Asia during the MOU Signing Ceremony. This was held concurrently with the conference Expand Your eCommerce Business to Malaysia, which took place at the Verizon Innovation Community Managed by JustCo on 12 June 2019.
Under the MOU, Janio Technologies will serve as a logistics service provider for businesses supported by Fast & Fuyooh X programmes by providing an effective end-to-end logistics solution in the region where merchants can manage shipments on a single platform.
Mohamad Fadzlin, Rafi Ansari, and Ridjal Noor, the Managing Partners of Fast & Fuyooh X expressed their enthusiasm to foresee the partnership to share knowledge and best practices in connecting businesses and supporting businesses to grow beyond borders.
Commenting on the new partnership, Janio’s CMO Nathaniel Yim said: ‘We are excited to partner with Fast & Fuyooh X to reach out and arm them with a smooth logistics solution, enabling them to grow regionally with ease.’
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