Morpheus.Network a SaaS middleware platform for seamlessly integrating legacy and emerging technologies, and Hanhaa, an IoT innovator with a successful parcel tracking product, have partnered to provide a trusted digital footprint for global supply chain managers. Combining blockchain and IoT provides supply chain managers with automated workflows that increase visibility and accountability. Digitizing Global Supply Chains improves operational and financial metrics across the board.
CallumHanhaa and Morpheus.Network develop Brexit ready solution to target European agri food sector
With nearly all eyes trained on the impending decision as to whether or not Britain will leave the European Union (EU) as well as speculating as to what that might mean for the soon-to-be former block of 28, business leaders the world over could be forgiven if they are growing increasingly frustrated at having to set up their own deals and backstops.
CallumHow ParceLive helps supply chain professionals realise ‘truth at scale’
Geo-fenced zones for the Irish border and all UK ports enables cargo shipments to self-declare and automate customs processing without physical borders.
London, UK – 28 February, 2018 –Hanhaa Limited, the Internet-of-Things innovator, today announced the release of its BREXIT-ready technical solution based on the company’s ParceLive real-time tracking and multi-point data solution.
With much debate on how technical solutions might address the thorny issue of the Irish border and congestion at major shipping ports, the team at Hanhaa has released an update to its ParceLive platform that uses GPS technology to geo-fence the perimeters of ports and borders that represent the frontline of the BREXIT challenge.
Unless you have been asleep for the past week, or on a deserted island without internet, it’s likely that you are aware that the British public voted last week to leave the European Union. The result, announced early Friday, has left many surprised and sent world financial markets into an escalating downward spiral. With no official date for “Brexit” the lingering uncertainty over the European and global market place looks set to continue. The silence on key issues such as the future free movement of people and single market has only contributed to this and made for a very nervy European Union.