International Container Terminals (GCT), a container terminal operator in North America, has joined Maersk and IBM’s blockchain transport device TradeLens.

Including 4 Canadian and U.S. terminals to the platform 

As a part of the initiative, Vancouver-based GCT will steadily roll out the blockchain-based platform on the 4 terminals it operates, the agency mentioned in a press launch on Oct. 17. 

GCT needs to make use of the platform to enhance visibility on the cargo provide chain to the east and west coasts of North America.

The platform will set up a safe interconnection between all members of the provision chain, together with ocean carriers, cargo house owners in addition to railways. Along with two Canadian terminals, GCT Vanterm and GCT Deltaport, which is reportedly Canada’s largest marine terminal, GCT additionally operates GCT Bayonne in New Jersey and GCT New York.

TradeLens has 5 of the world’s prime ocean carriers

Launched in summer season 2018, TradeLens has expanded with 5 of the world’s prime six ocean carriers and ten of GCT’s ocean service prospects dedicated to the platform, TradeLens wrote in a separate announcement on Oct. 17. As of September 2019, the platform has amassed over 100 organizations and 55 ports and terminals, as formally reported by Maersk.

In Could 2019, TradeLens added two main world transport corporations, Switzerland-based Mediterranean Transport Co, which is the world’s second-largest transport firm, and French CMA CGM, allegedly the fourth-largest container transport agency on the earth. In late August, Thailand’s Customs Division formally introduced its plans to make use of TradeLens to trace transport in Thai ports.





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