Andrew Hudson has recently co-authored a white paper with the Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia, alongside Scott Carson and Gerardo D’Angelo, with additional contributions from Adam Butler, Tim Gray and Taras Lubczyk.
This significant white paper discusses the opportunity, risk and in some cases uncertainty, that Blockchain technology presents to the international trade industry, both for industry and government.
‘The challenge for Australia is not to be a follower with the evolution of data utilisation and digitisation within the international supply chain.’
– Paul Damkjaer, CBFCA chief executive
Please enjoy, and contact me if you have any questions or comments.
Access the white paper >> http://bit.ly/39Lbd01
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