COVID-19 has shaken everything up, and it has left the shipping and logistics industry wondering what lies ahead. Learn more about what the "new normal" may look like.
ShipChain joins the Baseline Protocol initiative as a part of our continued commitment to supporting public blockchains and overall goal of bringing trust to global supply chains.
The World Economic Forum officially published its highly-anticipated Blockchain Toolkit, which ShipChain helped build and set the parameters for.
Supply chain fragmentation is a huge issue in shipping and logistics. Thankfully, new technologies like blockchain, IoT, and automation can help. Learn more now.
With COVID-19, truckers need additional support to help ensure that they are successful as essential workers. In particular, new and emerging technologies, like blockchain, can be beneficial.
ShipChain is donating up to one Petaflop of computing power - approximately one quadrillion calculations per second - to assist Folding@home scientists attempting to find the cure for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now more than ever, supply chain leaders must be proactive in trying to get ahead of what could be catastrophic losses due to COVID-19.
Data is generated in all parts of last-mile delivery, and analysis of this information can help companies become proactive rather than reactive with their delivery methods.
Food fraud has now become a pressing issue in global supply chains, and it needs to be addressed as soon as possible. Technologies like blockchain can help make it a thing of the past.
ShipChain’s Track and Trace Platform brings visibility to the food supply chain via blockchain technology. Let's look at the egg supply chain to illustrate.