MANAMA, BAHRAIN—A platform that enables businesses to digitally connect, share information and collaborate across the shipping supply chain will soon be fully operational in Bahrain.
Susan Hunter, chief executive and managing director of APM Terminals Bahrain (APMT) recently told the GDN in an exclusive interview that the operator of the Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP) has already integrated with the platform known as TradeLens
Developed by Maersk and IBM and underpinned by blockchain technology, the TradeLens ecosystem comprises over 100 diverse organizations including carriers, ports, terminal operators, third-party logistics providers, and freight forwarders.
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Global Container Terminals Inc., a leading container terminal operator in North America, joins TradeLens
As part of its blockchain pilot program, Saudi Customs, with its IT partner, Tabadul, has overseen the integration of FASAH with TradeLens. FASAH is Saudi Arabia’s national platform which connects all government and private entities involved in cross border trade.
Today Azerbaijan Customs joined TradeLens, the blockchain-enabled supply chain platform. With more than 100 participants on the platform today, TradeLens is already processing over ten million discrete shipping events and thousands of documents each week.