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"Transactions for shipping goods from one port to another still rely on reams of paperwork, as they did centuries ago. Last year, IBM and Maersk, one of the world’s largest shippers, announced plans to create TradeLens, a global blockchain for shippers. So far, 100 organizations, including ports, freight forwarders, sea and land carriers, and customs agencies, have signed up to use the platform. Full profile"
"The Danish shipping and logistics giant’s blockchain, TradeLens, is digitizing supply chain information. Since its August 2018 launch, it has onboarded roughly 50% of container ships around the world. In 2020, it processed 1 billion shipments, 30 million containers and 14 million documents, more than double the previous year. Maersk has also partnered with Microsoft to process marine insurance using blockchain tech."
- Has said it will use/build on Corda and IBM Blockchain. Update (2-2-2021): Hyperledger Fabric & IBM Blockchain
- Is one of the founding members together with IBM of Tradelens
- Key leader: Michael J. White, head of TradeLens. From Forbes Blockchain 50 (2-2-2021): "CEO GTD Solution, a wholly owned subsidiary of Maersk dedicated to the development of the TradeLens platform"