DP World set to enter the blockchain arena as it signs up to Tradelens

May 28, 2020 Gavin van Marle

DP World has joined the blockchain TradeLens platform, developed by Maersk and IBM.
It has outlined plans to connect its 82 terminals around the world, as well as its feeder companies and logistics divisions.
The Dubai-headquartered company said the data from its integration with TradeLens would improve operational efficiency via earlier visibility of container flows across multiple carriers.
This would include “confirmation of the transport modality that follows the port stay for each ...

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