Hapag-Lloyd and ONE join Maersk's digital venture

Germany's Hapag-Lloyd and Japan's Ocean Network Express (ONE) join Maersk's digital shipping platform, Tradelens. Five of the world's six largest shipping companies are now part of the platform.

Several major shipping companies join blockchain platform Tradelens, developed by A.P. Møller-Mærsk in collaboration with IT major IBM.

German Hapag-Loyd and Japanese Ocean Network Express (ONE), two of Maersk's competitors in container freight, join Maersk's digital shipping platform, informs Maersk.

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