The end-to-end logistics platform of the future: trustless, transparent tracking.

A coordinated, unified solution to bring visibility & trust to the global supply chain.

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End-to-End "Track and Trace"

A fully integrated system across the entire supply chain, from the moment a shipment leaves the production facility, to the final delivery on the customer's doorstep.

Every shipment is federated & validated in trustless, transparent blockchain contracts.


Gain full visibility into the location of your shipments in real-time, with notifications triggered when your shipments are within a given range.

Reduce detention costs, waiting cost of employees, and chargebacks with receivers that can integrate with existing hardware or low-cost hardware supplied by ShipChain.

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Who We Are & What We Do


Unified solution for asset tracking.

The dream for supply chain: a single platform from shipment to delivery.


Transparency through immutability.

Crowd-validated, trustless & tamper-proof data storage via the Open Ethereum blockchain.


Ownership of business data/intelligence.

Thanks to secure ShipChain Vaults, business owners have complete control over who & how their data is queried.


How does it work?

Public validation of protected & private data, via blockchain.

(1) Open

Smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain reconcile shipments through a fair, tamper-proof transaction.

(2) Secure

ShipChain vaults store transport information as encrypted, and owner-controlled data on a sidechain.

Building decentralized applications on sidechains has a number of benefits for developers and end users. These include fast confirmation times, no gas fees for users, and the avoidance of mainnet transaction congestion — while still maintaining full compatibility with MetaMask and other major Ethereum wallets.

Loom Network provides developers the scalability and UX layer they need to build high-performance, user-facing applications that run completely on the blockchain.

To learn more about Loom, visit

Final Mile

Final Mile is, in many ways, the most important aspect of shipping because it ties in the customer. Regardless of how efficient or successful your supply chain has been to that point, Final Mile leaves the lasting impression, as it’s the only physical point of contact with the customer in many cases. If there are any missteps with the Final Mile delivery, customers will hold you accountable.

  • Over 80% of shoppers won’t return to a brand that misses their delivery.
  • 98% of shoppers want to be able to self-serve when it comes to their delivery options.
  • Almost 90% of shoppers expect brands to proactively make amends if they have a poor delivery experience.

To that end, we have recently added Final Mile capabilities to our multi-functional visibility platform available and are announcing our new stand-alone final mile solution, The Delivery Experience Manager.

Enhance customer delivery experience and increase overall customer retention

Verify delivery time, location, and quality of goods with every single delivery

Access immutable reports so that any damage claims can be checked for accuracy

Win more delivery contracts, and extend your partnerships through better visibility

We are currently beta testing the new package, and are accepting applicants to test out The Delivery Experience Manager.

Apply for the program here.

Public vs. Private Chains

The word "public" doesnt mean public data.


Public chains are open-to-anyone, free-to-join marketplace.

Private chains are permissioned—they require an invitation to join.


Public chains validate data by solving a complex, cryptographic problem.

On private chains, the single regulatory authority validates all blocks.


Only public blockchains are decentralized & offer trustless, transparent data.

Private chains are owned by a singular company & person, and thus not tamper-proof.


Businesses across industries looking for a unified solution & visibility for global supply chain can benefit from ShipChain.


Major concerns exist over privacy and transparency in pharmaceutical supply chains. Safeguarding medications from exposure in-transit, tampering, or counterfeiting is important to prevent the consumer or even B2B reseller unknowingly putting the health of millions at risk. Blockchain validation grants complete access to product from manufacturing to distribution.

Medical Equipment

Medical equipment carries significant standards for testing, and can easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Unfortunately, failure to maintain quality control, authenticity, and traceability at every stage of manufacturing and transportation stage can render it useless. When health care professionals need medical equipment, they do not have time to worry about whether it will work as expected.

Food, Agriculture and Farming

In industries involved in food processing and distribution, traceability is crucial to preventing the spread of food-borne illness, as demonstrated by multiple recalls through 2018. Food processing centers and manufacturers can leverage blockchain to reduce risk of food-borne illness by ensuring products are kept at proper temperatures and not subject to tampering. If an illness is found, blockchain could allow for immediate recall and even automated notification of locations that may have the affected products.

Rental Enterprises

Knowing every stage of rental equipment’s lifespan, including runtime and location, is crucial to businesses that rent temporary-use equipment including vehicles, electronics and more. In addition, certain rental equipment may fall under other categories, like durable medical equipment.

Logistics Service Providers

Knowing where a shipment is located and its time to arrival are key factors in keeping the B2B and B2C operations alive for companies that transport goods around the globe. The application of blockchain for logistics service providers extend to those servicing any type of supply chain.

Retail Stores

Retailers’ successes depend on a reliable, traceable supply chain in any of the aforementioned industries. They may sell medical equipment, foods, pharmaceuticals, clothing and much more. With return rates increasing with the e-commerce revolution, the use of blockchain will increase transparency and accountability for returns management and giving consumers authentic, safe merchandise.


ShipChain is completely intermodal and capable of tracking virtually any form of transport.











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