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Blockchain container booking system trialled for US-China shipment

OW Logistics reports that it has begun trial shipments using 300cubits’ blockchain system, which aims to provide certainty to shippers that their products will sail on the intended vessel, and assurance for carriers that ‘no shows’ will be minimised.

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