Blockchain container handling pilot launched in Antwerp

Blockchain container handling pilot launched in Antwerp Arminius, CC3.0

A technology start-up at the port of Antwerp called T-Mining is currently working on a pilot project that aims to make container handling more efficient and secure by deploying blockchain technology to digitally manage container processes involving multiple parties.

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