According to Forbes, blockchain can help consumers feel confident about the food they buy. A Dutch company is studying how blockchain and other technologies will improve consumer confidence.
Historically agriculture has been on the leading edge of technology, but is there a place for blockchain tech in farming, reports Farm & Dairy. Ag experts believe that blockchain can help farmers with tracking commodities.
According to FedScoop, the Department of Homeland security is looking to conduct market research on how to assess risk in the supply chain.
Pittsburgh-based TFM Truckload, a division of parent company Target Freight Management, Inc. (TFM), is proud to be ranked #461 in the latest edition of the Inc. 5000, Inc. magazine’s annual list of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. This marks the 4th straight year that TFM has had a company named to the Inc. 500/5000., which represents the efficiency and consistency of the company’s close-knit team as well as the visionary leadership of its president and founder, Mike Wagner.
Former employees of Deloitte have started their own company that will soon launch a supply chain platform, reports CoinDesk. Citizens Reserve announced the SUKU ecosystem. SUKU will offer real-time data on the location of goods, a bid-and-order marketplace and the ability to create automated contracts.