The Sustain alliance includes Apical, Asian Agri, Neste and SAP ©247PICTURES
The Sustain alliance includes Apical, Asian Agri, Neste and SAP ©247PICTURES

Blockchain alliance to improve palm oil supply chain traceability

12 September 2018

Industry heads in Asia’s palm oil industry have agreed to use blockchain to improve traceability and compliance in their supply chains.

Representatives from palm oil producers Apical and Asian Agri met with diesel producer Neste and other industry groups such as SAP to kickstart a common blockchain platform in the supply chain.

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