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We care about the intersection of trade and technology. Here, 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 ecosystem, platform and marketplace.

Not every supply chain product is built with the modern world in mind — TradeLens eBL is different

SaaS cloud-based solutions bring the latest transformations in the shipping industry to your fingertips by taking advantage of technologies for secure cloud computing, microservices architecture and dev/ops.

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Freightwalla joins Tradelens to strengthen transparency in freight logistics operations with blockchain

India's leading digital freight forwarding start-up Freightwalla announced joining hands with TradeLens — a blockchain enabled digital supply chain solution jointly developed by Maersk and IBM.

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A chat on the trends facing the world’s chemical supply chain

The chemical industry is under rapid evolution to strike the balance between becoming lean and cost efficient while fulfilling increasing customer demands.

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Understanding the 5 key challenges to connect supply chain data

When thinking about the presence of data in your supply chain, and how to make it more complete or less costly, there are five questions you should ask about your data.

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Sure signs the electronic bill of lading is ready to take off

The number of trade partners and countries using the TradeLens eBL is growing steadily with the recent integration of carriers MSC and CMA-CGM. See the impact this is already having in global trade ecosystems.

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ICTSI connecting its global network of terminals to the Tradelens Blockchain network

Connecting to Tradelens, a blockchain platform jointly developed by IBM and Maersk, all ICTSI terminals gain permissioned access to accurate information on cargo movements well in advance of vessel arrivals.

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Where is my container, where is my cargo, and where is my coffee?

The next time you walk into your local coffee shop and order, think about the logistics and effort that went in behind it. NKG explains the way TradeLens is helping them manage logistics in new ways.

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Youredi to offer data connectivity services between supply chain entities and the TradeLens platform

Youredi is for clients who are looking to connect to TradeLens but have limited inhouse resources or knowhow. You now have the option to leverage a provider already experienced with TradeLens integrations.

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Information sharing communities for digitally enabled supply chain visibility

Cargo being transported can take different routes through logistics networks, within regions and globally. Therefore, the need for the many actors to be digitally connected is needed now more than ever.

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BlockpARTy — Making supply chains smarter and more efficient

The art of supply chain. BlockpARTy is a five-part series of virtual events that spotlight the art, the artists and the innovators.

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Canadian Pacific joins TradeLens blockchain shipping platform

Calgary – Canadian Pacific (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) today announced it has joined TradeLens, a blockchain-based platform that enables the secure and transparent transfer of container-shipping documents. This open-API platform will help CP intermodal shippers create, amend and share documents with other supply chain participants, including consignees, beneficial cargo owners, customs agencies, dray operators and steamship lines.

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Royal Malaysian Customs Department adopts IBM and Maersk’s TradeLens blockchain

Royal Malaysian Customs Department to use IBM and A.P. Moller – Maersk’s TradeLens platform to improve the speed, transparency and security of local and international shipping.

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