Al Ansar Health will come on board as the anchor merchant on Global Halal Exchange’s Wellness pillar, promoting natural healthcare products and services for overall wellbeing. The eMarketplace will provide the platform for wellness information, content and online transaction for products and service.
Global Halal Exchange, an offering by Dagang NeXchange Berhad (“DNeX”), will be providing access for Al Ansar Health to the USD2.5-trillion Muslim lifestyle market place. DNeX views this as a strategic partnership where a public-listed company collaborates with a small and medium enterprise (“SME”) to grow its business to the global market through the use of information technology.
Kuala Lumpur, 30 June 2015 – Dagang NeXchange Berhad (“DNeX”) is beefing up efforts in its diversification into oil, gas and energy while at the same time strengthening its leadership position in providing e-commerce services for Trade Facilitation.
Global Halal Exchange, an eMarketplace for the Halal industry, today signs a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with Al Ansar Health, a leading provider of health and wellness products and services to provide the base for cooperation between the two parties.
Under the MoU, Global Halal Exchange will serve as the eMarketplace for Al Ansar Health to promote and sell its products and services online, and provide them with access to a wider market both domestic and global, as well as integrated logistics services and other value-adding services.
At the MoU signing, Global Halal Exchange was represented by its Chief Executive Officer Puan Zulina Mohammed Salleh while Al Ansar Health’s Chief Executive Officer Encik Mohd Bakhtiar Abu Bakar signed on behalf of his company. The signing was witnessed by Dato’ Seri Muhamad Khanafi Husin, Executive Chairman of Al Ansar Health and Datuk Samsul Husin, Executive Deputy Chairman of DNeX.
This eMarketplace, accessible at globalhalalexchange.com, is taking the Halal industry online where companies or individuals can get suppliers or buyers for their products and services as well as obtain and exchange information on the industry within clicks. Global Halal Exchange comprises two main components namely a Business-to-Consumer (“B2C”) segment, and Business-to- Business (“B2B”) segment.