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July 1, 2019

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First realized containerized shipment with the aid of the Deliver platform based on Blockchain

The partner of the project is ABN AMRO, Port of Rotterdam Authority and Samsung SDS

The Dutch financial institution ABN AMRO, the Harbour Authority of Rotterdam and the South Korean computer science group Samsung SDS have announced the success of a first containerized experimental shipment from Korea to the warehouse of the South Korean company to Tilburg, carried out through the port of Rotterdam, that it is managed is for the financial aspects that logistic through the Deliver platform that is based on the Blockchain technology.

"The first shipment through the use of the platform - the vice president of Samsung SDS for the EU and CIS has explained, Robert van der Waal - has allowed us to fully estimate the possibilities of an employment on a large scale. As addressees of the cargo, we have benefited from the information in real time and the anticipated availability of the digital documentation of the cargo. In such a way we can redesign our procedures in more efficient way, allowing us to act on the base of events in real time and on the reliable data base. After all this will strengthen our proposal of services to the customers".

As a result of the positive outcome of the experimental shipment the partner of the project Deliver, ABN AMRO, Port of Rotterdam Authority and Samsung SDS, has agreed an extension of their agreement in order to pass to the next phase of the initiative that previews to lead projects pilot with the involvement more shippers and loaders than various industries that operate on broken different of traffic. The final objective of the project, in fact, is to realize a platform of transport of the goods opened, independent and total.

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