Processing millions of transactions annually
for over 5,500 satisfied customers
One-stop solution implementation to meet your international trade business needs.
Our trade Applications are not just seamless.
They are accessible anywhere, all day and on any device with an internet connection.
With 25 years of Trade Facilitation experience as a software vendor, your trade business can grow with us.
We understand trade business well and our consultants are ready for your call.
What is Global eTrade Services (GeTS)? a CrimsonLogic subsidiary and a key growth engine for the Group
Capitalising on more than 25 years of domain knowledge and expertise from its parent company (CrimsonLogic), GeTS’ Mission is to “Accelerate cross-border trade”. We offer a comprehensive suite of services that helps traders meet regulatory and compliance requirements from Government agencies and trade associations around the world. Based on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, GeTS is centered on a Single Window that facilitates global trade with Compliance Connectivity, eAdvisory, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Data Analytics suite of services.
The GeTS logo encompasses the company’s focus to seamlessly connect customers to the global trade network, with the green signifying constant moving forward and the always innovating mentality. The orange represents our passion, proactive responses and readiness to address customers' needs.
With trade facilitation Single Window implementations across 14 countries*, and banking on the strong partnership with Pan Asian e-Commerce Alliance and their network of 11 other countries, GeTS has an extensive footprint linking East to West, especially the world’s two largest economies – China and the U.S.A. With an upsurge in eCommerce, increased trade activities and the One Belt, One Road initiative, GeTS is the answer for an easier and more efficient way to navigate in international trade.
GeTS Mission and Vision
Accelerate cross-border trade and to be the leading Single Window for global trade compliance connectivity by 2018.