London, United Kingdom – October 5, 2023 – The International Centre for Trade Transparency & Monitoring (ICTTM) is proud to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Association of Trade and Commerce (ATC) Singapore. This MOU grants ATC’s members priority access to the ADAMftd platform, furthering the shared goal of enhancing global trade transparency and opportunity.
This collaboration is a significant step, further aligning the technological advancements and data resources of the ICTTM with ATC’s mission of advocating, connecting, and developing enterprises in Singapore. By providing ATC’s members with priority access to the ADAMftd platform, the partnership aims to streamline operations and reduce the time and cost burdens of supply chain transparency compliance, while unlocking new business opportunities and markets for ATC’s member companies, creating a more transparent and efficient experience for all stakeholders along the way.
James S. York, CEO of ICTTM, remarked, “Our alliance with ATC Singapore underscores our commitment to fostering transparency in international trade. By integrating our ADAMftd platform with ATC’s extensive network of enterprises, we are helping to establish a new benchmark for trade efficiency and transparency in the region.”
The Association of Trade and Commerce (ATC) Singapore has been a trusted advocate, partner, and network for businesses since its inception. Positioned to work with the community to develop and improve businesses, society, and people’s lives, ATC champions the interests of Singapore enterprises, recognizing sustainable enterprises, building capability, and creating global opportunities.
The International Centre for Trade Transparency & Monitoring (ICTTM) stands at the forefront of fostering transparency and adherence to compliance within the realm of international trade. With a focus on technological innovation, ICTTM’s ADAMftd platform is designed to analyze and navigate global supply chains, ensuring transparency, security, and efficiency in international trade operations.
The Directors of the Board of the ICTTM include: Hon David Wells, H.E. Ambassador Sven Jurgenson, Viscount Lord Waverley, Hon Charles Mok, and Hon Iain Evans.