March 6, 2023

Canada Invests In Supply Chain Digitalization, The U.S. Should Take Notice

While Canada has taken this important step toward modernizing its supply chains, the U.S. lacks any such dedicated funding, meaning investment in digital infrastructure is woefully underappreciated and underfunded.
January 11, 2023

ReMo: U.S. Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization Essential to People, the Planet, and Energy Security

The Coalition for Reimagined Mobility (ReMo) applauds the U.S. Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization released jointly on Tuesday by the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Energy, […]
December 8, 2022

After TradeLens: Where Does the Global Shipping Industry Go from Here?

Maersk, the global trade giant, and IBM announced last Tuesday that they will pull the plug on TradeLens, an effort to digitize the supply chain through a blockchain-enabled global trade platform they launched in 2018 to bring trade information sharing into the 21st century.
November 7, 2022
Woman standing in front of a cargo ship talking into a radio.

The UK Brings Its Shipping Rules Out of the Victorian Era and into the Digital Age

Lawmakers in the United Kingdom will soon bring much-needed change to trade laws that have remained largely the same since Queen Victoria sat on the throne, bringing the U.K.’s shipping rules into the electronic age and paving the way for the digital transformation of global trade.