01 / ADVOCACY
02 / COLLABORATION
03 / EDUCATION
By bringing together like-minded professionals, our member-driven association's goal is to accelerate the adoption of Distributed Ledger Technology in the supply chain through standards and dialog, to help shape policy with governmental agencies for improved services, and to help our community's voice to be heard.
Build bridges and create collaboration opportunities. We aim to become a platform for members to share information, training, exchange best practices, promote the effective use of industrial resources, and help members to solve problems encountered in business activities and business development.
Knowledge is power. Through our Education services, we intend on giving our members the information they need to successfully and competitively deploy Blockchain solutions within their supply chain. By bringing Thought Leaders and Disruptors together, we will demonstrate the benefits of DLT when applied to freight and supply chain technology.
Shape advocacy initiatives with different levels of Government
Learn from and interact with peers to advance commercially viable results
Help build Consensus and Standards
Better visibility to industry projects and trends
Blockchain and other Distributed Ledger technologies are emerging technologies that promise to bring efficiency to supply chain related activities. Enterprise level and permissioned blockchains are being used today to bring trust and efficiency to various levels within a supply chain including Smart Contracts to digitally facilitate the negotiation or performance of a contract.
Our mission is to promote the rapid adoption of Blockchain and other DLT technologies and its applications in supply chain networks. Promote collaborations among supply chain enterprises and IT companies. Promote paperless and electronic progression of the whole supply chain industry and relevant government agencies.
Our members come from across the supply chain spectrum. They are manufacturers. They are importers/exporters. They are carriers or service providers. Or they are a technology provider. But they all have a common goal: to better understand how Blockchain will impact their supply chain activities and push for the rapid adoption of this emerging technology.