- Ahhh Deutsche Post (DHL), a world leader in logistics, supports the need for blockchain technology to revolutionize the industry and recognizes ShipChain as a solution. The current industry is plagued by a series of inefficiencies explained by ShipChain in their white paper.
The DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation team represented by Dr. Markus Kückelhaus, Vice President of Innovation and Research Trend, Gina Chung, Global Director of Innovation and Trend Research and Matthias Heutger, Senior Vice President, Global Head of Innovation, is confident that the revolutionary platform of ShipChain will eliminate these problems and increase the value as explained in the official report of DHL “Blockchain In Logistics” which presents ShipChain.
According to Roger Crook, former CEO of DHL Global Forwarding, Freight and Chief Strategy Officer of ShipChain, “Blockchain will be a major turning point for supply chains and logistics to reduce inefficiencies and enable integration along the supply chain. The logistics company DHL sees and studies the opportunity to use smart and blockchain contracts in the future to help solve inefficiencies and help integrate supply chains in the future. ”
The Customer Solutions & Innovation team of DHL who studied and wrote the report involving ShipChain believes that “the blockchain has the significant potential to increase efficiency throughout the entire logistics and settlement process, including commercial financing and helping to resolve disputes in the logistics sector “. They look to ShipChain’s “track and trace” platform to enable intelligent contracts that increase accuracy and transparency. We continue to say that “by joining forces, we can create the right foundation for the successful adoption of blockchain by the industry and ultimately we can unlock new values in logistics”.
ShipChain’s CEO, John Monarch, said: “It’s exciting to see companies on the scale of DHL investigating blockchains and smart contracts, and we’re very proud to have been one of their examples of use cases.”