DIGITIZING THE GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN

TradeLens is an open and neutral industry platform underpinned by Blockchain technology, supported by major industry players.

OVER 10 MILLION EVENTS PROCESSED every week

TradeLens is a digital platform that empowers businesses and authorities along the supply chain with a single, secure source of shipping data, enabling more efficient global trade

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Track shipments in real time with greater precision via 120+ dynamic events published direct from the source - without the back and forth.

SECURE

Improve data sharing and collaboration with shipping partners through blockchain encryption and powerful permission-based sharing.

FLEXIBLE

Leverage TradeLens on your own terms - integrate via API into primary transportation management systems or access by consumer-grade web UI.

RECENT BLOG POSTS

We care about the intersection of trade and technology. On our blog, we publish inspirational, informative and insights-driven stories from within TradeLens and from across the global supply chain. And, of course, we keep everyone up-to-date with the latest updates on our platform.

press release

Cai Mep International Terminal in Vietnam joins TradeLens

TradeLens December 20, 2019

On 19th December 2019, CMIT (Cai Mep International Terminal), a joint venture between Vinalines, Saigon Port and APM Terminals, joined TradeLens. CMIT connects Vietnam directly with markets in Europe, North America and Asia.

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Blockchain

How to talk blockchain to deniers, skeptics and agnostics

TradeLens December 30, 2019

We tapped the substance of a recent interview Daniel did with the IBM Pulse podcast to put together this guide to blockchain. Be a believer in how players up and down the supply chain and across the globe will benefit.

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Digitization

Mumbai transport study highlights TradeLens value

Thomas Westergaard-Kabelmann November 17, 2019

Until now, it’s been hard to put a finger on just how much money trade facilitation initiatives such as TradeLens could save shippers. A new study by QBIS provides new indications.

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The Tradelens ecosystem