Industrials / Supply Chain & Logistics

Blockchain For Shipping

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What is Blockchain For Shipping?

Platforms that leverage distributed ledger technology to facilitate secure communication between disparate supply chain partners. This can support improved inventory tracking, fraud reduction, and reduce overhead costs related to paperwork.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Blockchain For Shipping. These companies include VeChain and FoodLogiQ.

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VeChain

Singapore

VeChain (唯链), a subsidiary of China's BitSE, is enterprise software designed to create, manage, maintain, and update shared data about products in the supply chain.

Key People

Sunny Lu

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FoodLogiQ

United States / Founded Year: 2006

FoodLogiQ is a SaaS provider of traceability, food safety and supply chain transparency solutions. FoodLogiQ Connect is a data-driven software solution that enables supplier management, food safety compliance, quality incident management, recall management and whole chain traceability – all on a single platform built exclusively for the food industry. To meet mounting regulatory requirements and consumer demands for transparency, food companies are leveraging FoodLogiQ Connect to validate supplier compliance with food safety and act with confidence in the event of a food safety or quality issue.

Known Partners

Subway, Testo, 1WorldSync, and 1 more

Key People

Sean O`Leary, Katy Jones

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Everledger

United Kingdom / Founded Year: 2015

Everledger provides an immutable ledger for diamond identification and transaction verification for various stakeholders, from insurance companies to claimants and law enforcement agencies. The company provides new methods of financing and insuring diamonds, as well as combatting fraud, by providing an application for various stakeholders in the diamond pipeline.

Known Partners

Tencent Holdings, Alrosa, WeChat, and 5 more

Key People

Leanne Kemp, Howard Thompson, Craig O'Kane, and 1 more

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Provenance

United Kingdom / Founded Year: 2014

Provenance is a blockchain company that helps brands and retailers increase the transparency of their supply chains and encourage shoppers to choose their product. The company uses blockchain technology to track food and beverages every step of the way from source to consumer. Retailers can use Provenance to engage consumers at the point of sale with information gathered collaboratively from suppliers all along the supply chain, and substantiate product claims with trustworthy, real-time data; producers can grow their business by competing on the things that matter; shoppers can learn more about the things they buy; and partners who work in certification, governance, auditing, or fair trading can reinforce their work with Provenance's data-powered, consumer-facing solutions.

Key People

Jessi Baker, Astrid Chang

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DUST Identity

United States / Founded Year: 2018

DUST Identity is the creator of the Diamond Unclonable Security Tag (DUST), a technology utilizing nanoengineered diamonds to create an unclonable identity layer on any object. DUST Identity is a supply-chain solution that ensures that trusted data and verifiable products are used and traced across their full lifecycle.

Known Partners

Algorand, SAP, Feral Horses, and 5 more

Key People

Jonathan Hodges, Dirk Englund, Ophir Gaathon

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Envoy Group

United Kingdom / Founded Year: 2018

Envoy Group’s platform has been designed to work seamlessly with traditional data systems and all third-party blockchains or distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based networks. This will allow both buyers and sellers to effectively manage international trade logistics processes and also find new funding sources, which will be supported as a result of increased trust.

Key People

Konstantinos Ghertsos, Laith M.

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Blockchain For Shipping. These companies include .

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Blockchain For Shipping. These companies include .

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Blockchain For Shipping. These companies include Moeco and DLT Labs.

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Moeco

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Moeco is a blockchain-powered platform for global IoT connectivity that enables a new level of efficiencies for supply chain, insurance, telecom, and smart cities.

Key People

Mit Gorilovskiy, Alexa Sinyachova, Ilia Astafev

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DLT Labs

Canada / Founded Year: 2017

DLT Labs leverages its business insights and development capabilities to shape clients' blockchain strategy. DLT Labs develops and integrates enterprise solutions using distributed ledger technology.

Known Partners

Teck Resources

Known Customers

Walmart

Key People

Umesh Singh Kushwaha, Ajay Singh, Gaurav Agarwal, and 2 more

What is Blockchain For Shipping?

Platforms that leverage distributed ledger technology to facilitate secure communication between disparate supply chain partners. This can support improved inventory tracking, fraud reduction, and reduce overhead costs related to paperwork.

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