Uni-Link Logistics (“ULL”) has selected KEYfields Myanmar to be their partner in expanding their warehousing business. ULL was established in Yangon, Myanmar in 2007. ULL has grown into one of the major players in forwarding industry with head office in Yangon, and two branches in Mandalay & Muse. ULL started it first warehouse in Yangon (Major international Gateway of Myanmar) in 2015. UNI-LINK has planned to extend warehouse service in other Major international and Domestics Gateways to offer complete Domestic Network to cope with customer expectation.
To support business growth, ULL implements KEYfields iWMS to manage all warehouse activities which include inbound, outbound and inventory management. The management will access to real-time warehouse order, inventory and operational KPIs to better manage the business. In addition, iWMS will also be interfaced with Myanmar Customs for the bonded warehouse activities.
According to Dr. Nay Oo, Managing Director of ULL, “KEYfields’ iWMS solutions is a comprehensive software with many features that suit our operational and management requirements. Their consultants are local which speaks Burmese and are very knowledgeable in this domain. We are confident this partnership with KEYfields Myanmar will go a long way.”.
“This partnership with ULL is a growing sign that digitalization in the current or post COVID-19 is going to be a norm in the way businesses operates globally. Digitalization allows continuity of businesses operations during such time where staff and management can readily access and work remotely with only the bare minimum staff force back to warehouse. I would like to thank Dr Nay Oo for his vision and his leadership to transform this industry, commented Kenny Tan, Founder and CEO of KEYfields Group.
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