TradeCard has announced a strategic alliance with Maersk Logistics USA which will deliver TradeCard’s financial supply chain services to Maersk Logistics customers. The two companies will integrate their respective service offerings to enable the delivery of the electronic forwarder’s cargo receipts from Maersk Logistics’ internal systems to the TradeCard Platform. In conjunction with the technical integration, Maersk Logistics will offer the TradeCard solution as an extension of their supply chain offerings. Maersk Logistics offers supply chain solutions to manage clients’ physical and information supply chain. The aim of the alliance with TradeCard is to ‘strengthen the loop’ on the transaction side of the supply chain by electronically matching documents and facilitating payment.
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