Visibility has a significant impact on trade flows. For all parties involved, it is important to get a harmonized, unified view of trade activity across all trade lanes so that more informed decisions can be made. As one of the leading market players, DiMuto simplifies every step of the global agrifood trade. They help their customers trade better with visibility.
Currently, DiMuto’s headquarters is based in Singapore, and the team there actively engages with their customers in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. The company also has DiMutonians, who are based in Indonesia, Myanmar, and Thailand. Additionally, in the Latin American (LATAM) region, DiMuto’s country leads are doing their best to serve the customers there. They are based in the United States, Colombia, and Mexico. Meanwhile, DiMuto is planning to set up offices throughout the regions to expand their global service network. The intention of DiMuto has always been to make it easy to deploy in a plug-and-play model.
“DiMuto’s Three Pillars distinguishes us from other market players.
Firstly, DiMuto’s Trade Management Solutions help our customers run trades seamlessly and achieve visibility down to every product. This helps them make informed decisions to trade smarter and grow larger.
Secondly, DiMuto’s Financial Services allow our customers to optimize their cash flow and grow their business. This is because DiMuto enables them to transform verified trade data into economic assets for financing opportunities.
Lastly, the DiMuto Marketplace facilitates a global network of trusted buyers and suppliers. We help our customers feel secure when every trade action is visible and verified,” said Gary Loh, DiMuto’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer.
“At this moment, DiMuto mainly works with fresh produce. However, we are also interested in all products and industries related to the AgriFood supply chain. In fact, DiMuto is already engaging with customers that are involved in various industries, such as Fresh, Frozen, and Smoked Seafood and Meat, Fast Moving Consumer Goods (e.g., milk), Alternative Protein Sources (e.g., plant-based meat), and High-tech Farms (e.g., vertical farms),” Julie Escobar, DiMuto’s Chief Commercial Officer, told Freshplaza.
As part of their added value, DiMuto’s SMART Marketing Feature also allows their customers to differentiate their brand with traceability. Through verified supply chain information and sustainability metrics, businesses can tell a traceability story that increases their brand value. Furthermore, it can also be used to execute brand marketing campaigns and host promotions or lucky draws.
“With marketing page analytics, our customers can understand the profile of their end customers and further develop a relationship with them through email marketing campaigns,” DiMuto’s Chief Experience Officer, Lee HuiMin, stated.
DiMuto team will welcome everyone at their stand R-42 at Asia Fruit Logistica 2022 (AFL) from 2 Nov to 4 Nov.
At the exhibition, DiMuto would like to inform the industry of their services and use the opportunity to demonstrate the technology and its application in the fresh produce industry.