The Logistics Business Association and the Cambodia Digital Tech Association have teamed up to boost the use of digital in the logistics and transport sector, placing high hopes in its rapid development. The two associations this week signed a memorandum of understanding on the agreement.
They agreed to encourage members to adopt a digital system to provide more functions to users to help them grow their business. The two associations will support each other and promote local digital technology and logistics services to increase the market position for the future expansion of overseas businesses of members and cooperate to help small and medium companies (SMEs).
Chea Chandara, president of the Logistics Business Association, said the partnership is in line with government policy to boost Industry 4.0. The state’s public service is now digitally oriented, forcing the private sector to follow suit. âThis is important for both associations because the Cambodia Digital Tech Association can provide information technology knowledge to members of our association,â said Chandara. “This is also important for it to fit within the context of the government’s Industry 4.0 policy, which means that some public services such as business registration are now handled through a digital platform,” a- he added.
Last month, the Cambodia Logistics Association, in collaboration with Feed the Future Cambodia Harvest II, a USAID-funded project, discussed logistics challenges in the agricultural sector, potential solutions and investment opportunities, improving intelligent logistics systems and management in horticultural supply chains.