Time is right for electronic bills of lading
The backdrop created by the coronavirus situation may boost the use of electronic bills of lading. Promoted heavily by digital middlemen, eBills have yet to find widespread acceptance, despite being around in various forms for decades
EBills are touted as quick, cheap, and at least as safe as their paper-based equivalents, but concerns over cyber security and an uncertain legal framework are still putting off many potential users. But the pandemic could change all that, according to one lawyer
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