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Maersk-IBM blockchain shipping solution makes major strides

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Maersk and IBM have pushed ahead with their blockchain-enabled shipping solution, which was announced on 9 th August under the name of TradeLens. It has been jointly developed by the two companies to apply blockchain to the world's global supply chain and follows on from a 12-month trial. Customs authorities in the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Australia and Peru are participating, along with customs brokers Ransa and Güler & Dinamik. .

This Week in Logistics News (August 13-17, 2018)

Talking Logistics

Back at work, getting caught up on all of the supply chain and logistics news from the past two weeks. Here are the ones that caught my attention: Maersk and IBM Introduce TradeLens Blockchain Shipping Solution. Customer Experience is Driving Supply Chain Innovation, Says Report from BluJay Solutions and Adelante SCM. This is self-contradictory,” said Jansen at the [Global Liner Shipping Conference]. I’m back from vacation. Well, back physically.

Logistics Execs Split on Outcome of NAFTA Talks

Material Handling and Logistics

Supply chain industry executives are split sharply about how Mexico will fare if it is able to agree with the United States and Canada on terms to update the North American Free Trade Agreement. . The Index, in its ninth year, ranks 50 emerging markets countries by factors that make them attractive to logistics providers, freight forwarders, shipping lines, air cargo carriers and distributors.