GSBN and project44 to integrate supply chain data

Maritime blockchain technology consortium Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) has partnered with project44, a supply chain visibility platform, to work together on supply chain data integration across both systems.

The partnership will see GSBN’s infrastructure connect with project44’s data to support collaboration between stakeholders across the supply chain, creating a new data bundle which will combine both bills of lading and supply chain visibility data.

“The addition of project44’s data is highly complementary to both our platform and our members,” said Bertrand Chen, CEO at GSBN.

“We look forward to leveraging this partnership together with our ecosystem to unlock new value for our members, facilitate collaboration across the supply chain industry, enable better insights and support the development of new applications to address the industry’s most pressing challenges such as the growing trade finance gap.”

This latest news follows on from GSBN’s recent announcement that it has obtained approval from the International Group of P&I Clubs for use of an electronic bill of lading application, built using its own Application Programming Interface (API).

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