Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Electronic Bill of Lading

Global trade involves several processes with up to 20+ documents being interchanged for a single shipment between various stakeholders in the chain. For years, global trade documentation has been characterized by physical documents that were issued, released,...
World merchandise trade was valued at USD28.5 trillion in 2021 and as per the latest figures from the Department of International Trade, international trade is worth around £1.266 trillion to the UK.. Such volume of trade involves...

Solutions to expedite adoption of electronic trade document transfer identified

Electronic trade documentation has been around since the 1990s but gained serious momentum in the last few years and especially during/after the pandemic. However,...

Interoperability between electronic bill of lading platforms put to the test

An industry survey of 400 logistics executives and supply chain experts by CargoX, found that (among other issues), 45% of respondents said issues of...

Bill of lading milestone : First electronic bill of lading under Singapore Law issued

The Model Law on Electronic Transferable Records (MLETR) by UNCITRAL aims to enable the legal use of electronic transferable records that are functionally equivalent...

Electronic Bill of Lading – Are you and your country ready for it..?? Part 3

Some good seems to have come out of the COVID-19 pandemic after all.. Global trade has reached record levels, ocean carriers have gained record...

Bolero and TradeLens join forces to accelerate electronic bill of lading adoption across the global shipping industry

London, Hong Kong, Singapore & Tokyo, 29 March 2022 – Bolero International, the leading provider of cloud-based trade finance digitisation solutions, announced today a collaboration with TradeLens, the blockchain-based global trade...

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