GSBN partners with project44

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Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) and project44 have announced a partnership to enhance supply chain visibility and help address the global trade finance gap.

The partnership will see GSBN’s data utility infrastructure connect with project44’s supply chain visibility data.

Both project44 and GSBN will join forces with other consortium members to create a new data bundle which will combine both bill of lading and supply chain visibility data.

This will, in particular, benefit Free Trade Zones, as well as financial institutions by breaking down data siloes to help close the growing multi-trillion-dollar global trade finance gap.

READ: GSBN, Hapag-Lloyd achieve data sharing industry milestone

Bertrand Chen, CEO at GSBN, said: “The addition of project44’s data is highly complementary to both our platform and our members.

“We look forward to leveraging this partnership together with our ecosystem to unlock new value for our members, facilitate collaboration across the supply chain industry, enable better insights and support the development of new applications to address the industry’s most pressing challenges such as the growing trade finance gap.”

Benn Bekic, Chief Development Officer, at project44, commented: “GSBN is a fellow pioneer in the digitisation of global supply chains with a growing footprint spanning from Asia to Latin America and we are thrilled to be collaborating more closely with the consortium’s members.

“GSBN and project44 share an important goal of making supply chains work through innovative and foundational technology. Together we will deliver exceptional value to all members of the supply chain ecosystem globally.”

The news follows GSBN’s recent announcement that an electronic bill of lading application, built using GSBN’s Application Programming Interface (API), obtained approval by the International Group of P&I Clubs.

In August GSBN reached a new milestone with the rollout of Cargo Release in Latin America, starting with ports across Mexico and Panama.

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