London, United Kingdom. 14th February 2019. Customs Clearance Ltd today announced that it will be participating in the International Trade Council’s Trade Mission to Singapore from March 25 to March 28, 2019.
Customs Clearance Ltd, established in 1999, is an independent and neutral 3PL (Third Party Logistic) service provider and customs clearance specialist, with market leading expertise in cross-border e-Commerce logistics.
“The Trade Mission to Singapore presents an invaluable opportunity for Customs Clearance Ltd to continue forging lasting international relationships and to promote ongoing bilateral cooperation with companies in Asia,” said Xianjian Li, Regional Business Development Manager. ” Customs Clearance Ltd ‘s participation in this Trade Mission will grow CCL’s position as a market leader in the Customs Brokerage & e-Commerce Logistics & Freight Forwarding field.”
Included in the trade mission will be a series of networking events, seminars and presentations about business opportunities in Singapore, on-site visits and business-to-business meetings arranged by the International Trade Council.
During the trade mission Customs Clearance Ltd will also be an invited guest at Internet of Things Asia (https://www.internetofthingsasia.com) – an award winning event, bringing together solutions providers, technology heads, design / solution architects, engineers, academic institutions, investors and start-ups together for an enriching learning and sharing experience.
Companies wishing to schedule a meeting with Customs Clearance Ltd during the visit may contact the Trade Council’s office in Singapore or email email@example.com. For more information about Customs Clearance Ltd please visit www.ccllhr.com
About the International Trade Council
The International Trade Council is a 64-year-old peak body Chamber of Commerce representing government export agencies, chambers of commerce and industry associations and businesses from 176 countries. The Council works with businesses to introduce them to new markets, understand the competitive landscape, find new customers, understand potential technical barriers to trade and meet the challenges of expanding in new and/or competitive environments. Council members include 19 national chambers of commerce, 59 state chambers of commerce, 73 government export agencies and 314 local business associations and chambers and approximately 28,800 direct corporate members.
About Customs Clearance Ltd
CCL is specialized in handling B2B/B2C cross-border logistics and customs clearance. We have been enthusiastically and successfully providing UK/EU inbound/outbound solutions for various businesses in the past 20 years.