Over 517,000 trucking companies in North America.
Lack of proactive tracking and tracing tools.
Increases human-based error.
Incurred through accessorial charges and inaccurate rate agreements.
Due to late arrivals created by transport inefficiencies.
Blockchain presents itself as the innovation platform which is stimulating the progression of the new economy.
For tracker, shipper, carrier, and 3PL to reduce low-value work that can be automated and achieve economies of scale.
Integrated updates and alerts based on trusted and shared data between all parties.
For tracking, freight payment, rates, budgeting, KPI and financial metrics.
Tailored to all parties to improve decision making and mitigate preventable delays – both tactical and strategic.
Houses verified, shared data around critical compliance documents and certificates.
Shared to all parties and reducing freight settlement issues.
Provide a transparent bidding process for everyone involved.
Initial trials will commence in December 2018, with beta testing estimated to start in January 2019.