Launch of the Cainiao Aeropolis electronic global commerce platform (eWTP) hub at KLIA
PETALING JAYA: A regional e-commerce order fulfillment center has been launched at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), which can position the airport as a regional e-commerce distribution center (DRC).
Cainiao Aeropolis’ Electronic Global Commerce Platform (eWTP) was chaired by Datuk Seri Transport Minister Dr Wee Ka Siong.
“The creation of the e-commerce hub is part of the action plans defined as part of the National Transport Policy 2030 to make KLIA a leading regional freight hub and maintain its competitiveness in freight operations aerial, ”he wrote in a Facebook post on Monday (November 1st). ), after the launch of the eWTP Cainiao Aeropolis hub at KLIA.
Dr Wee added that it now only takes an hour and a half to complete customs clearance at KLIA.
“Cainiao Aeropolis’ eWTP hub at KLIA, in collaboration with Royal Customs Malaysia, has set up a customs clearance system that will only take an hour and a half.
“It’s a big improvement over the previous 24 to 48 hours,” he added.
Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Ouyang Yujing, Secretary General of the Ministry of Transport Datuk Isham Ishak, General Manager of Malaysia Airports Bhd Datuk Iskandar Mizal Mahmood and General Manager of Alibaba KLIA Aeropolis, Tim Fan, were also present at the the event.