Kuala Lumpur: Dagang Net Technologies Sdn Bhd, which provides e-commerce services for trade facilitation, expects some 4,000 halal small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to use its platform by end of 2016.
Its Chief Executive Officer, Zulina Mohammed Salleh said the company’s roadmap was to see all the SMEs go global within three to five years.
“As merchants of global halal exchange, we will be able to promote and sell products and services online via the eMarketplace and have access to a wider market, both domestics and global, as well as integrated logistics services and other value-added services.
“Global halal exchange will provide access to its merchants to the US$2.3 trillion global halal market,” she told reporters here Tuesday.
Earlier, Zulina signed a merchant services agreement with Al Ansar Health Sdn Bhd, a provider of health and wellness products and services, and a Memorandum of Understanding with Xiddig Cellular Communications Sdn Bhd.
The global halal exchange also launched its new and improved eMarketplace, accessible at www.globalhalalexchange.com, which is aimed at taking the halal industry online. – Bernama
This will enable companies or individuals to get suppliers or buyers for their products and services as well as obtain and exchange information on the industry within clicks.
The eMarketplace features six pillars of products and services, namely wellness, telecommunications, services, travel, fashion and food and beverages.
Zulina said the eMarketplace provided its services from as low as RM100 per annum. – Bernama