Turvo, the world's first real-time collaborative logistics platform, announced today it has closed $60 million in Series B funding led by Mubadala Ventures, the San Francisco-based venture capital arm of Mubadala Investment Company. Turvo also added new investors G2VP and Next47, the Siemens-backed global venture firm. These funds bring the total investment in the company to nearly $100 million, solidifying Turvo as the new standard in end-to-end visibility and collaboration for the logistics and supply chain industry.

According to Freight Waves, the Port of Long Beach and GE Transportation have completed a three month pilot project that to streamline the influx of cargo at that port.

Supply chains are complex, with suppliers getting goods from suppliers before forwarding them on, reports the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. Which means there is still a chance of forced labor entering into the supply chain.

According to JOC.com, shippers can get a clearer picture of their supply chain if they integrate their technology with that of their logistics partners.

Global supply chain platforms can help keep corruption and unethical practices at bay, reports Ethical Corporation.