Bangladesh/Hong Kong – Citi Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) Asia Pacific has completed its first pilot paperless trade finance transaction using the TradeLens platform. Leveraging blockchain technology supplied by TradeLens, the pilot illustrates the effectiveness of the technology to improve supply chain efficiency by significantly reducing document processing lead times.
TradeLens successfully completed an innovative letter of credit transaction with HSBC and Syngenta, using a digital bill of lading underpinned by blockchain technology. This milestone demonstrates an important step in modernizing trade finance and supply chain efficiency across the global trade ecosystem.
Hapag-Lloyd and Singapore-based Ocean Network Express (ONE) Pte. Ltd. announced they have completed integration onto the TradeLens platform, helping ensure a more timely and consistent view of logistics data for their containerized freight around the world.
Within a month of announcing general availability of the TradeLens platform in China, more than 10 new members have joined the ecosystem to digitize paper-based processes and improve the visibility for Chinese companies into global trade
One of India's leading NVOCC (Non-Vessel Owning Common Carrier), Swift Cargo announced joining the TradeLens platform.
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.
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.
CMA CGM and MSC complete TradeLens integration and join as Foundational Carriers working with the IBM and Maersk shipping platform to Improve data sharing across the industry. With two more major shipping leaders actively sharing information, data on nearly half of the world's ocean container cargo is now available on a single blockchain-based data platform.
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.
YILPORT Holding, largest Turkish owned international terminal operator which operates 22 terminals and 6 inland terminals in 11 countries, joins TradeLens.
PT Salam Pacific Indonesia Lines (SPIL), joins TradeLens, a blockchain-enabled digital shipping platform, jointly developed by A.P. Moller - Maersk and IBM.
The Indonesia Customs and Excise Department of the Ministry of Finance announces the use of the blockchain-enabled ‘TradeLens’ platform in Indonesia.
Jordanian Customs signs a memorandum of understanding with TradeLens to simplify customs procedures and encourage investment.
Susan Hunter, Chief Executive and Managing Director of APM Terminals Bahrain (APMT) discusses their integration with TradeLens in an interview with GDN.
CSX Leads Railroad Industry by Joining TradeLens, the growing platform enables global supply chain efficiency using blockchain technology.
Global Container Terminals Inc., a leading container terminal operator in North America, joins TradeLens
X-Press Feeders today announced they will join TradeLens, the blockchain-enabled digital shipping platform jointly developed by A.P.Moller-Maersk and IBM.
The Customs Department of Thailand, an agency under the country's Ministry of Finance, has turned to blockchain platform TradeLens, jointly developed by IBM and Maersk.
Imoto Lines Ltd. (Head office: Kobe City, Japan) has joined TradeLens as part of their internalization feeder service (iCOMS-Project) that is currently underway.
Rapid adoption of TradeLens continues as Hapag-Lloyd and Ocean Network Express (ONE) Pte. Ltd announced they will join the blockchain-enabled digital shipping platform
Global container carriers CMA CGM and MSC announced today they will join TradeLens, a blockchain-enabled digital shipping solution, jointly developed by A.P. Moller - Maersk and IBM.
ZIM Integrated Shipping Services today announced it has signed on as a member to TradeLens, a blockchain-enabled digital shipping solution jointly developed by A.P. Moller - Maersk and IBM.