Vidar Gundersen CCO at KGH Customs Services and C K NG, Vice President at GeTS 


KGH Customs Services and Global eTrade Services (GeTS) have signed a partnership agreement to simplify cross-continental customs processes for customers.

Just weeks after the EU – Singapore free trade agreement came into force on November 21, KGH and GeTS inked a global partnership for customs management. The cooperation aims to facilitate their customers’ trade and customs management through advanced data integration and exchange of import and export data across continents.

“Utilization of source data throughout the customs process enhance quality and make the process effective to the benefit of our customers – at the core of the KGH business idea,” says Vidar Gundersen, CCO at KGH.

With the agreement, KGH and GeTS form a strong alliance that combines state-of-the-art digital capability from two different continents in a partnership with global reach.

“GeTS is the perfect partner for KGH with their role as a national single window in Singapore and their commitment to innovation and quality,” says Tove Gustafsson, CTO at KGH.

“With this partnership, our customers can harness CALISTA – a global supply chain orchestration platform to fulfil their cross-border compliance needs through the Customs node connectivity in Europe on top of the existing 29 Customs nodes. This will enhance trade connectivity between countries and we will continue to make trade more accessible, easier and predictable,” says Chong Kok Keong, CEO of GeTS.

For further information, please contact:
Vidar Gundersen, Chief Commercial Officer, KGH Customs Services,
+46 70 346 29 00 or vidar.gundersen@kghcustoms.com


About GeTS
Global eTrade Services (GeTS) is a global leading trade platform company. GeTS enables the orchestration of physical logistics, compliance, and financial requirements of trade and supply chain seamlessly, smartly, and securely, thus powering global trade by making it accessible, predictable, and easier to fulfill. The company has linkages to 29 Customs nodes across the world, with more than 175,000 connected parties and conducting more than 22 million transactions annually. 

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