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Maersk still trying to get carriers on board digital cooperation

None of Maersk's largest rivals, the world's largest shipping companies, have at this point opted to participate in the digital platform TradeLens. "Without that network, we don't have a product," says IBM's project leader to media Coindesk.

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Maersk has still not succeeded in convincing its competitors to get involved with TradeLens.

The idea behind the collaboration with IBM is to create a platform that will ease the process of sending a container from A to B using blockchain technology.

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