TradeLens enables freight forwarders to meet the needs of their customers’ supply chains with real-time visibility.

Data is transferred every day between supply chain partners, including cargo owners, freight forwarders, logistics providers, ports, terminals, customs authorities and customers. This process is often manual, disconnected and unreliable.

There’s also a huge amount of manual documentation involved in data transfers, which adds to the complexity and inefficiency of supply chains. To overcome these challenges and enable more informed, strategic decision making, supply chains need end-to-end visibility.

That’s why freight forwarders like you are looking to leverage technology and innovation to meet your customers’ supply chain needs. To help you do just that, we collaborated with our long-standing partner IBM and other major players in the maritime industry to develop TradeLens.

Underpinned by blockchain, this secure platform helps you access near real-time data at every step, directly from your supply chain partners, so you can offer better customer experiences.

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