The Pan Asian E-Commerce Alliance (PAA), a pioneer in cross border digital trade, announced exciting news that their service coverage expands to Middle East, with the newly-joined associate member Tabadul from Saudi Arabia.
Tabadul, the Saudi Company for Exchanging Digital Information, was established in 2009 and is a subsidiary of Elm, a leading technology solutions company. Tabadul’s investments are focused on the areas of information technology, communications, and knowledge industries. In accordance with the pursuit of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, and the aim to make the country a global logistics center, Tabadul’s vision aims to become the main incubator to facilitate the global trade system and become a pioneer in providing innovative technical solutions that increase efficiency, enhance transparency, and activate the operational performance of the global trade system.
Tabadul also seeks to raise the Saudi Arabia’s performance in the logistics performance index (LPI) and DTF, to hold a place among the first 25 countries, and raise its place in the classification of cross-border trade, globally, to be among the 49 countries provided. Tabadul has gained extensive technical experience through designing and managing various innovative digital platforms in cooperation with several government agencies. In 2018 Tabadul launched “Fasah” platform, which considered the first platform in terms of quality and individuality in the world in providing a single window solution for all electronic exchanges with regard to operations at KSA customs and services. Fasah facilitates the entire user journey from end-to-end, ensuring the ease of imports and exports in Saudi Arabia.
PAA welcomes Tabadul and looks forward to offering cross-continent paperless trading service to the trading and logistics community.