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British Maritime Society Builds Blockchain Tool for Ship Registration
Lloyd's Register is demoing a blockchain tool for recording information about ships for underwriters and merchants at this year's SMM fair.
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Anheuser-Busch Owner Pilots Blockchain for Shipping
The parent company of beer maker Anheuser-Busch has taken part in a blockchain pilot in a bid to test the tech for global shipping uses.
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Walmart Wants Blockchain to Make Shipping 'Smarter'
Walmart is seeking a patent for a "smart package" that would use blockchain technology to track physical goods through their shipping journey.
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IBM-Maersk Blockchain Project Adds Logistics Provider Agility
Agility will share and receive information about shipments through the blockchain in hopes of reducing the cost of administration and documentation.
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Sea Change? Deloitte Is Tracking Management Systems Certificates with Blockchain
Deloitte and DNV GL, one of the world's largest classification societies, are taking non-financial uses of blockchain tech into uncharted waters.
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Shipping Giant Maersk to Deploy Blockchain Maritime Insurance Solution
A joint venture between shipping giant Maersk, Microsoft and accounting firm EY aims to apply blockchain technology in the field of marine insurance.
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IBM Reveals Blockchain Supply Chain Trial with Singapore Port Operator
A major port operator in Singapore has inked a deal to work with IBM and a regional shipping firm to test a new blockchain-based supply chain network.
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Port of Call: Blockchain's Impact on Supply Chains is Broader Than It Seems
Without resilient ports, the links that bind world trade together won’t hold – and that's where blockchain could play a vital role.
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Europe's Second Largest Port Launches Blockchain Logistics Pilot
The second-largest port in Europe by container capacity is now running a pilot blockchain project focused on logistics automation.
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