Blockchain in supply chains: trend or hype? – New VIL project
Supply chains can be complex, with many parties involved who often barely know each other, or not at all. Transactions need to be executed safely to guarantee the trust between the several actors in the supply chain. Today blockchain is considered as the preferred technology for secure data transfers in the supply chain.
The new project ‘Blockchain in supply chains’ will look for the added value of blockchain technology in logistic applications and examine how blockchain relates to other track & trace solutions. The focus will be sectors where a safe supply chain is a high priority, like the food, chemical and life science sector (Press Release VIL, 16 February 2018).
Click here for the press release (in Dutch).
Click here for more information about the project.
During the NVC GMM 2018 Members-only Meeting we will focus on the reliability of packaging business information in a hyperconnected world (Thursday 22 November, Amsterdam). You are welcome to join.
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