Infrastructure and logistic firms take to blockchain to automate processes - Feedback

Disrupted digitally, global and national infrastructure and logistic firms are dipping into block-chain technology to ease supply-chain complexities and cut inefficiencies.

Indian logistics players Mahindra Logistics and JM Baxi Group have partnered with IBM to develop blockchain technology. While global ports and shipping conglomerates like the Belgium-based Antwerp Port and the Denmark headquartered Maersk have already invested in the technology, home-grown Essar Ports is exploring the option.
These businesses invariably involve highly complex transactions between multiple stakeholders, involving contracts that could stretch to months or years.

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