Tradelens is well on its way to integrate Maersk rivals on the platform

Last year, Maersk's biggest rivals gave blockchain platform Tradelens their seal of approval. Now Tradelens is well on its way to integrating those companies' data, and the first pilot projects with the big shipping companies have already been launched, Tradelens tells ShippingWatch.

Maersk's blockchain platform Tradelens currently has more than 170 customers on board, the company informs. | Photo: PR / Maersk

Maersk's blockchain platform Tradelens is now in the final stages of integrating its rivals.

Approximately one year ago, Tradelens, which is a blockchain collaboration started by Maersk and IBM, got the seal of approval from some of Maersk's biggest competitors, MSC, CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd and ONE. Ultimately meaning that five out of the world's six largest container shipping lines backed Tradelens.

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