Hapag-Lloyd introduces worldwide electronic Bills of Lading

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As of today, Hapag-Lloyd offers its worldwide customers the use of electronic Bills of Lading. In cooperation with WAVE BL, a digital platform for supply chain partners, customers can go paperless with the Bill of Lading and other vital trade documents.

By using the WAVE BL network, printing, signing, and releasing paper-based documents will come to an end. The platform optimizes cargo flow in a blockchain-backed digital infrastructure, taking the place of manual workflows in exchange for a more secure, automated solution, where carriers can issue, possess, transmit and sign documents within minutes.

“We are reaching the next milestone in our journey of being a premier digital carrier by providing a much needed electronic Bill of Lading release solution to our customers. The new tool will enable the secure and speedy electronic release of these documents. By partnering with Wave BL, we continue to expand our offers of e-tools, committing to our promise of adding value to our customers, improve the customer experience and being number one for quality”, says Juan Carlos Duk, Managing Director Global Commercial Development of Hapag-Lloyd.

With the new solution, Hapag-Lloyd takes one step further to going paperless with its customers. Physical documentation sharing on paper has high costs and exposes the risk of forgery and loss in an industry that grosses over 19 trillion USD in goods annually.

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