PHOTO - David Ng, managing director, DHL Express Malaysia.
DHL Express Malaysia's recently launched new portal is designed to meet the shipping needs of Malaysian companies, said the logistics company.
DHL Express Malaysia managing director, David Ng, said: "The new MyDHL portal places our customers' needs first and is a perfect 'virtual' extension to their shipping department. We hope to change the way businesses, especially SMEs [small and medium enterprises], manage their supply chain by empowering them with the right tools."
"The new portal seeks to further enhance the overall user experience by providing them with the convenience, accessibility and simplicity right at their fingertips," said Ng, adding that the new portal has been designed to offer Malaysian SMEs more competitive rates and better management of their delivery requirements.
"MyDHL requires a single login to access suite of DHL shipping and tracking, which tools save time for customers' useful information and resources to help small and medium businesses expand internationally," he said.
"The new portal will make importing and exporting with DHL even easier and underscores DHL's commitment to helping its customers connect quickly and easily with international markets," said Ng. "As well as the single login, quick access to DHL Express services, shipping and tracking solutions, MyDHL is the perfect solution for small and medium businesses. Via the portal, users can access a range of DHL tools, including webshipping, Proview, and Import Express Online."
MyDHL (www.dhl.com/mydhl) is powered by the global DHL.com platform used in more than 140 countries and provides information and resources to help exporters and importers navigate their way through international regulatory and customs issues.
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