The BiTA trade association was formed in 2017 to popularize and develop blockchain applications in the transport and logistics industries, as well as to establish industry standards for adoption of the technology.
Lotte Global, for its part, is a full-service logistics provider, overseeing warehouse management, intermodal import/export terminals and customs clearance, parcel delivery, and moving freight by air, rail, and truckload. According to the company site, its transportation resources for parcel delivery form “the largest network in [South] Korea.”
Lotte’s Korean delivery services are reportedly structured around 15 mega terminals, 90 branch offices and over a thousand local offices, with further overseas logistics points across the Americas, Asia and Europe.
BiTA’s managing director, Craig Fuller, said the alliance was “excited” to benefit from Lotte Global’s veteran experience in “many segments of the supply chain,” which will help the organization in its ambitions to develop blockchain data standards that are “truly end-to-end.”
Also in May, the Korean Customs Service (KSC) signed an MoU with the Korean operator of Malltail - the leading consumer parcel forwarding service in the country - to develop a “full-scale” blockchain-based customs platform for the e-commerce industry.
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