Maersk's digital venture Tradelens has embarked on Chinese roll-out

Maersk and IBM's digital venture Tradelens has teamed up with a state-owned Chinese company to commence a roll-out in China and to attract importers and exporters. China is a vital market for the platform, which is expected to deliver revenue growth this year.

"China is a critical market for Tradelens," Head of Tradelens Mike White tells ShippingWatch. | Photo: PR / Maersk

Maersk and IBM's major digital venture Tradelens has commenced efforts to roll out an expansion in China.

Specifically, Tradelens has joined forces with state-owned China Unicom Digital Tech, which will serve as host and operate the company's blockchain platform in mainland China.

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