19. November 2018 share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn xing mail
cooperation and communication between customers and suppliers in the logistics as the basic requirement for liquid delivery. Nevertheless, the business with shipping traffic jams and inefficient administration faced. Communication problems, lack of resources, but also a lack of trust between industry competitors – efficient supply chains, a variety of challenges standing in the way.
this use of the Blockchain could change technologies in the future, a large part of the German logistics hopes company. According to an industry survey conducted by the Deutsche Post's competitors, Hermes, more than a third of respondents logistics decision-makers are convinced of the potential of the Blockchain. You indicate that the technology "could lead to massive changes in the logistics" that go beyond the conventional digitization.
In larger companies with more than 250 employees, more than every Second this statement and agree even. So half of larger companies believe that the Blockchain technology is key for larger data could be security cooperation processes.
Informed about the new software solutions have to date, however, only a fraction. Nearly 21 percent of all respondents claimed to be acquainted with the technology. In the case of larger companies, however, 42 percent have taken their possible applications in the views. This is the survey of 200 business leaders on the topic of "collaboration in the Supply Chain".Blockchain in supply chains – Already a lot of preliminary work
choose the German logistics company for the application of Blockchain technologies, you can rely on the ever-growing work. Because currently, the industry surges ahead in the world, the global trade routes to secure, in the future, by using a Distributed Ledger technologies (DLT). As a recent example of this is the four market proclaimed leader of the grains trade ABCD at the end of October, your business in the future, digitize, and want to Blockchain technology. The Quartet aims in particular to cost savings and a more efficient and more transparent flow of Trade.
Meanwhile, companies such as UPS, Maersk, PIL, the Australian sugar merchants, or the Luxembourg diamond producer De Beers of similar advances.