Can blockchain technology streamline and secure supply chain operations across widely different industries?
Blockchain technology is gathering momentum as one of the next transformative technologies. Its transparency and ability to decentralise control makes it the perfect tool for driving forward sustainable development across a number of sectors.
In the whitefish sector, Norway exported 1,900 MT of fresh cod in July, earning NOK 84 million (USD 9.4 million, EUR 7.9 million), representing increases of 31 percent and 16 percent, respectively.
Unisot’s blockchain solution brings visibility to the seafood supply chain.
A supply chain expert might not be the first person you’d think of turning to when thinking of how your gambling operation can improve, but there’s a lot of overlapping experience when you come to think of it.
SeafoodChain Powered by UNISOT is a blockchain based supply chain management application for the Seafood Industry (Article in Japanese).
Demands for better food chain transparency triggered by the coronavirus are being seen as an opportunity for two providers of blockchain supply chain management solutions targeting seafood clients in China and globally.
The food value chain is worth $8.1 trillion and employs hundreds of millions of people. However, it continues to suffer from food safety issues.