The Marseille-Fos Port in France is taking part in a pilot blockchain project for freight transportation on the Rhône-Saône transport corridor, launching in June 2019.
The focus of the project is to run a trial to evaluate the security of the digital transport chain. It will involve applying blockchain technology to supply chain logistics and freight forwarding, particularly where goods are transported in multiple ways such as sea and road. The pilot will initially focus on certain types of documents but eventually include the entire supply chain. This will hopefully improve the safety, efficiency and competitiveness of the port.
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