DNeX seeks to continue Customs job


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  • Monday, 22 Jun 2015

Wong: ‘Hopefully, we will be appointed.’

PETALING JAYA: E-commerce service provider Dagang Nexchange Bhd (DNeX) is among two companies which have submitted their tender to link up their service with the Customs’ new framework.

“DNeX has submitted its tender to be one of the service providers. We are still waiting for the results. Hopefully, we will be appointed,” said executive director Datuk Patrick Wong. The company is formerly known as Time Engineering Bhd.

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