Blockchain could cut transport costs at Abu Dhabi Ports © Abu Dhabi Terminals
Blockchain could cut transport costs at Abu Dhabi Ports © Abu Dhabi Terminals

Abu Dhabi Ports using blockchain for freight

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
5 June 2018

A blockchain tool has been developed by Abu Dhabi Ports (ADP) to smooth the passage of freight.

Maqta Gateway, a subsidiary of ADP set up to facilitate the online exchange information between stakeholders, has developed and launched its own blockchain technology called Silsal, which allows exporters and importers easy access to data about transactions.

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