Tradeling Smart Freight Simplifies  Cargo Booking for UAE Traders

Tradeling Smart Freight Simplifies Cargo Booking for UAE Traders

Partnership with initially opens up trade lanes between UAE-China

Tradeling, the hyper-growing e-Marketplace focused on business-to-business (B2B) transactions in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, has launched Tradeling Smart Freight for simple, effective and cost-competitive freight booking and management.

Marking a regional first Tradeling Smart Freight augments B2B eCommerce with real-time freight procurement via, the world’s largest digital freight marketplace.

With Tradeling Smart Freight, powered by’s Freight-as-a-Service, businesses can benefit from online, real-time access to compare, book and manage their air, ocean and land freight services whether they are active on the Tradeling platform or not.

The partnership initially opens up one the world’s biggest manufacturing hubs – China.

Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni, Director General of Dubai Airport Freezone Authority, said: “Tradeling continues to strengthen Dubai’s position as a global trade hub while driving more value for MENA businesses. SMEs, which are one of the main pillars of our economy, will stand to benefit from Tradeling’s partnership with Freightos.

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"It means more small-to-medium-sized enterprises can access goods and services in other parts of the world to better serve their customers. I applaud Tradeling’s constant drive to add value and highlight the strength of the UAE’s position as a leader in trade and commerce."

Through this collaboration, businesses can conduct seamless trade with traders and enterprises in China.

Tradeling Smart Freight gives customers the power to easily compare live freight quotes, book, manage and track the shipment, and then communicate with the vendor in one integrated platform.

They will also be able to purchase cargo insurance as an optional extra and opt for customs clearance and door-to-door delivery.

Three fundamental challenges faced in logistics are resolved with the new Tradeling Smart Freight service: concerns in searching and selecting the right shipping method; obtaining freight rates on time; and not knowing where the shipments are and when they are to arrive.

Muhammad Chbib, CEO, Tradeling, said: “Through our partnership with we have created an online freight booking ecosystem within our digital platform. It is a powerful example of how we are transforming B2B e-commerce in the region.

"No company in the region has marked such a strong digital integration of cargo as we now do. This brings an innovative, business-critical digital transformation as logistics is at the heart of trading.

Ruthie Amaru, CEO,, said: “By integrating our Freight-as-a-Service capabilities with Tradeling, we can bring our customer-centric shipment booking and management capabilities across our network of logistics providers in key markets.”

The new service supports the needed digital transformation for both buyers and sellers by providing them the tools to grow fast.

Any business can now directly engage with freight providers, which will particularly help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to achieve higher levels of cost savings.

Tradeling has recorded impressive growth since its launch in April 2020. Today, Tradeling has more than 300 suppliers from 25+ countries with gross merchandising value increasing from zero to a high two-digit million figure within three months.

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