THE POWER OF THE ECOSYSTEM

The TradeLens ecosystem is you: every organization in the end-to-end journey of a cargo shipment, coalescing around a secure and versatile platform.

The TradeLens ecosystems is comprised of over 100 diverse organizations including carriers, ports, terminal operators, 3PLs, and freight forwarders. Its also comprised of shippers from around the world. Together, participants publish and subscribe to data under a shipper determined digital permissioning model.

Modern Terminals

A pioneer in the container terminal industry, operating terminals at Kwai Tsing Container Port, Hong Kong and DaChan Bay Terminals in the Pearl River Delta.

APM

Operates one of the world’s most comprehensive port and integrated inland service networks and uniquely positioned to help both shipping line and land-side customers.

Port of Halifax

A regional economic engine, connects Eastern Canada to more than 150 countries and contributes over $1.7 billion in economic impact.

PSA

One of the flagship terminals of PSA International, a port group operating 67 berths with a handling capacity of 50 million TEUs yearly which spans Asia, Europe and the Americas.

CEVA

A leading non-asset- based supply chain management company that designs and implements industry-leading solutions in both freight management and contract logistics.

Agility

A globally recognized logistics company that works with companies to move, manage and distribute the goods that underpin global commerce.

PIL

The world’s 9th largest containership operator, PIL owns and operates a fleet of around 180 container and multi-purpose vessels, serves over 500 locations in 100 countries.

Seaboard Marine

A premier ocean transportation company providing direct, regular service between North America, the Caribbean Basin, Central, and South America.

EXPLORE AN INTERACTIVE MAP OF THE TRADELENS PORT AND TERMINAL NETWORK

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BENEFICIAL CARGO OWNERS

Beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) at the heart of the supply chain are looking for new ways to work with their supply chain partners and manage their shipments from booking to delivery.

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3PLs / FREIGHT FORWARDERS

Third-party logistics providers (3PLs) handling their customers’ cargo want more visibility up and down the supply chain so they can act fast and lower the cost of every shipment.

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INLAND TRANSPORTATION

Train, truck and barge operators are looking for trustworthy data that helps them to predict and optimize equipment utilization, speed up pick-ups and drop-offs and reduce queueing times.

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CUSTOMS / GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES

Authorities and agents in charge of the import and export of goods want powerful new tools to help them simply and clearly identify risks and efficiently process huge volumes of trade that cross their borders.

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PORTS & TERMINALS

Port communities and terminal operators are seeking ways to reduce the cost of connecting partners in the supply chain in order to increase stack placement efficiency and optimize truck and vessel service times.

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OCEAN CARRIERS

Carriers around the world are looking to gains efficacy and improve asset utilization, in order to maximize profit margin, minimize losses and offer competitive rates on every shipment.

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FINANCIAL SERVICES

Financial service providers, including insurance companies, want to eliminate discrepancies on policies and letters of credit and reduce claims adjustment costs with a verifiable and agreed source of truth.

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SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS

Specialists in digital supply-chain software solutions want to develop apps for global BCOs, carriers and government authorities on a single, open platform with a dedicated marketplace.

Sean Healy, Director of Container Freight, Scoular

Scoular’s commitment to increasing supply chain visibility and reducing documentation costs for our customers is exactly why we joined TradeLens. We look forward to integrating blockchain within our business through TradeLens open APIs

Karen Oldfield, President and CEO, Halifax Port Authority

Just think of what can be accomplished when we combine our local knowledge with the global expertise provided through TradeLens. The timing for us couldn’t be better.

Ashley Dinning, Chief Commercial Officer, Patrick Terminals

The TradeLens Early Adopter Programme is a great opportunity for Patrick Terminals and our customers to enter the world of Blockchain. We are now set up and ready to go

Klaus Sejling, CEO, Damco

Our passion is to make our customer's supply chains more competitive and TradeLens will greatly accelerate those efforts.

Peter Levesque, CEO, Modern Terminals

Blockchain technology will enable TradeLens to create an industry standard for the secure digitization and transmission of supply chain documents around the world. The industry-wide opportunity is tremendous.

Charles Wellins, President & Chief Operating Officer, FlexiVan

We firmly believe that the formation of TradeLens as envisioned will result in a much-needed, open, neutral and consistent standards-based solution for our industry. We’re excited to be part of the process.

Rafael Garcia, National Superintendent of Customs, Sunat, Peru Customs

We adopt technologies that facilitate access to information and increase tracking and traceability throughout the cargo path. This is why we joined TradeLens, a global solution that uses blockchain to facilitate the trade control process.