Coronavirus crisis gives boost to Tradelens

Maersk's blockchain venture Tradelens has gained momentum during the coronavirus pandemic, as it has made customers realize that there were many gaps in their supply chains, Tradelens CEO tells Børsen.

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The coronavirus crisis has boosted Maersk's blockchain venture Tradelens, and the firm plans to profit on this in 2021, reports Børsen.

"We're getting a lot of feedback, especially due to Covid-19. Customers have realized that there were too many gaps in their logistics chains, and this lack of transparency is critical when so many are working from home. As such, it's more important than ever to have all data gathered in one place, and we help them with this," says Tradelens CEO Mike White to Børsen.

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