China Unicom joins TradeLens platform
China Unicom Digital Tech, a subsidiary of the state telecommunications giant, will host and operate TradeLens on the Chinese mainland, helping the Maersk/IBM developed digital platform to extend its global reach
Maersk says the partnership would further enhance the global network of the TradeLens system, which now directly integrates with 300 organisations, including more than 10 container shipping carriers
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The platform’s broadening geographic scope is bolstered by the addition of ICTSI and its network of niche terminals in less developed markets. The platform has grown since 2018 and now includes more than 10 ocean carriers and over 600 ports and terminals
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