Berita Kerjasama dengan Janio - SMEs News | SMEs must be able to seize opportunities when there is a change in people's consumption patterns in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. They are expected to be able to play their role as a support for the nation's economy, participate in driving the economy, and maintain people's purchasing power.

In order to make it easier for SMEs partners to expand into overseas markets, domestic courier company PCP Express is collaborating with Janio in international logistics services, especially to Southeast Asian markets, such as Malaysia and Singapore.

Dennis Soemarno, CEO of PCP Express, said that the rapid growth of e-commerce in Singapore and Malaysia will encourage the expansion of exports of SMEs partners when domestic market conditions are getting saturated.

"With the opening of the export market, PCP Express can empower SMEs players by increasing brand awareness of their products in the international market, as well as providing more income to their businesses," he explained.

As of October 2020, Janio Asia's logistics platform has served all SMEs businesses to send their products to the global market through all PCP Express branches throughout Indonesia, from Aceh to Jayapura.

In more detail, this collaboration will provide integrated logistics solutions that are divided into five regional zones in Indonesia. Janio Asia's collaboration with PCP Express provides integrated logistics solutions for SMEs in Indonesia, including Customs Management and Last Mile Delivery in destination countries.

In the early stages, Janio Asia and PCP Express will serve SMEs players who are domiciled in Zone 1 & Zone 2 which covers 13 major cities, including Jabodetabek, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Semarang, Lampung and Denpasar.

Indonesian SMEs have the potential for bright export products in the regional market. Our network and technology means that SMEs do not have to bother handling customs, distribution and other technical matters, ”said Syed Ali Ridha Madihid, COO Janio.

Syed added that Singapore's e-commerce transactions in 2020 are predicted to reach US $ 2.7 billion and grow multiplied to US $ 3.9 billion in 2024. Meanwhile, e-commerce transactions in Malaysia will reach US $ 4.3 billion by the end of this year and increase. to US $ 5.9 billion by 2024.

"With this bright prospect, Janio's logistics network is targeted to increase to 200 international routes in 2021," he added.