Hong Kong operator joins TradeLens as a blockchain rival raises its head

November 27, 2018 Alex Lennane

Maersk and IBM have faced a fair amount of criticism over the relatively slow movement of their TradeLens blockchain project.
Industry commentators have speculated that Maersk’s involvement has put off new shipping line members coming in.
However, Modern Terminals, the second largest container operator in Hong Kong, has now joined several other ports involved in the project, which aims to digitise and streamline processes.
The Trade Lens ecosystem should help cut costs and ...

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