ONE and Hapag-Lloyd want to join Tradelens – and have wanted to for over a year and a half

Why have two of the world's biggest container lines, ONE and Hapag-Lloyd, yet to join Tradelens more than one and a half year after they first announced their participation? The process has been delayed, says ONE, which continues to negotiate with the Maersk platform.

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More than one and a half year after Hapag-Lloyd and ONE announced their plans to join Maersk venture Tradelens, the two container lines remain absent from the blockchain platform.

Since it was announced in the summer of 2019 that the two The Alliance partners would join Tradelens, things have apparently dragged out in terms of actually getting them on board. Thus, neither Hapag-Lloyd nor ONE currently figure on the list of members on Tradelens' website.

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