Blockchain Technology for Logistics and Supply Chain

Blockchain Technology for Logistics and Supply Chain

Blockchain Technology for Logistics and Supply Chain

It was only a matter of time until blockchain hit the logistics mainstream. The technology’s ability to record transactions between parties permanently and securely has a multitude of uses in the logistics industry. However, the logistics players are just at the beginning of their path to find the clear benefits of blockchain.

Some of the world’s largest companies including Maersk, Microsoft, Alibaba, and Amazon now invest heavily into the technology. That’s a lot of money getting in on the blockchain action, and why would it be different? The World Economic Forum estimates the integration of blockchain will reduce the supply chain barriers to global trade. Just this aspect is providing businesses with the potential 15% increase ins sales and 5% increase in the GDP.

Logistics Startup of the Month: MOST

Logistics Startup of the Month: MOST

Logistics Startup of the Month: MOST
Every month we select one logistics startup which represents a positive example of innovation in logistics and has the potential to alter the way the industry operates. This month, Transmetrics selected MOST, the provider of monitoring solutions for the transportation of goods, as the July “Logistics Startup of the Month” for its outstanding vision of the mobile and sensory technology for the logistics. In order to learn more about the company and what they do, we had a talk with Matilda Bouchet, COO of MOST, where she shared some valuable insights about their business and the industry.

Top 5 Technology and Innovation Trends Revolutionizing Trucking Now

Top 5 Technology and Innovation Trends Revolutionizing Trucking Now

Top 5 Technology and Innovation Trends Revolutionizing Trucking Now
Autonomous and electric vehicles, platooning, big data, integrated tech: trucking is sure not what it used to be. Smart solutions have inherently changed the way goods are transported around the world with analytics creating a more efficient supply chain – and the industry knows it. According to Supply Chain Management World research, 64 percent of executives think that big data and the insights it brings will have a disrupting power that can pivot the industry forever.