Tradeling inks MoU with Trade India to boost business between the two regions
Tradeling, an eMarketplace for B2B transactions in the Middle East and North Africa, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Trade India, India’s largest B2B portal for small businesses based in India and around the globe with over 5.7 million registered users, for seamless export and import trade between both countries.
Through this partnership, Tradeling will provide a holistic solution for sellers based in India; utilising Tradeling’s platform to list and trade their products. Tradeling will also provide warehousing, shipping, and logistics services to Trade India and its sellers, which will result in hassle-free inventory management and exports.
Buyers based in the region will have easier access to Indian sellers; It will enable them to have an array of products suitable for their needs as well as their budgets.
Speaking on the development, Marius Ciavola, Chief Executive Officer of Tradeling said: “The MOU signing will complement the trade development of both regions and will infuse an enormous customer and supplier exchange for Tradeling and Trade India. Tradeling’s mission is to create a complete ecosystem for sellers across the world.
“We will be providing them with a holistic solution where we will manage the shipping, clearance and licensing of their products and store them in our warehouse for a faster delivery. This collaboration will strengthen the trade corridor for both countries and will directly benefit the economy of both India and the UAE.”
Sandip Chhettri, Chief Executive Officer of Trade India, said: “We are thrilled to announce our association with one of the leading B2B marketplaces in UAE and the entire Middle East. Tradeling and Trade India will together build a robust flyway of global import and export that will not only benefit both the countries but will bridge the buoyancy of demand and supply rarefaction across other parts of the world.”