Browsing the "Supply Chains" Tag

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IBM Completes Blockchain Trial Tracking a 28-Ton Shipment of Oranges

| Anna Baydakova

IBM has completed a trial of blockchain technology to track a shipment of mandarin oranges from China to Singapore ahead of Lunar New Year…

Ford, LG to Pilot IBM Blockchain in Fight Against Child Labor

| Anna Baydakova

A new blockchain project will track cobalt from a mine in Africa to a Ford Motor plant in the U.S.

Four Agricultural Giants Eye Blockchain in Push to Digitize Global Trade

| Yogita Khatri

The four biggest agricultural corporations plan to utilize tech such as blockchain and AI to bring the global grain trade into the digital age.

Rwanda Starts Tracking Conflict Metal Tantalum With Blockchain

| Yogita Khatri

The Rwandan government has turned to blockchain to track tantalum, a metal used in consumer electronics and often associated with conflict zones.

Chinese Retail Giant JD.com Joins Blockchain in Transport Alliance

| Daniel Palmer

The logistics arm of Chinese retail and internet giant JD.com has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance.

IBM Reveals Blockchain Supply Chain Trial with Singapore Port Operator

| Wolfie Zhao

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.

German Chemical Company Pilots Supply Chain Blockchain

| Wolfie Zhao

German chemical giant BASF has revealed it is investigating blockchain's potential in tracking supply chains.

Defending Borders with Blockchain: Former Cheney Advisor Calls for Action

| Michael del Castillo

A new report from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies details how blockchain could be used to protect government supply chains.

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Intel Demos Seafood Tracking on Sawtooth Lake Blockchain

| Michael del Castillo

Intel has revealed a solution for tracking the supply chain of fish using its Sawtooth Lake blockchain platform.

IBM’s Biggest-Ever Blockchain Trade Finance Trial Could Go Global

| Michael del Castillo

Now that IBM has begun work on its largest blockchain project ever, what happens next could have global implications.