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.
For three weeks, a team of third-party, professional, white-hat hackers were set loose on TradeLens to expose vulnerabilities in the APIs, application, and network hosted by IBM Cloud. What they found came as no surprise.
When TradeLens launched last year, it received a plenty of business and trade-press attention. Now, as a pilot of TradeLens gets underway in Canada, the platform receives the spotlight for the role it is playing in real-world supply chain innovation.
At the global shipping industry event in Singapore, a panel discussion focused on how digitalization, automation, and blockchain can help solve challenges in ocean freight.
How mature is the technology? What are the lawyers saying? And are standards coming into alignment? Ana Biazetti, Chief Architect of TradeLens reports back from the Chicago summit with answers to these questions, plus recommendations for blockchain adoption.