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Nine companies set-up TradeGo to digitalise bulk cargo trading

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Cosco Shipping, Mitsui & Co, and Saudi Aramco are among nine companies are jointly establishing TradeGo, a digital platform servicing for international bulk cargo trading business.

Cosco Shipping Energy Transportation, China Merchants Energy Shipping, Sinochem Energy, China National United Oil Corporation, Macquarie, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, Mitsui & Co and Wanxiang Blockchain have signed an agreement to set up joint venture TradeGo for establishing a digital international bulk cargo service platform based on blockchain technology. 

TradeGo will operate an international digital document platform firstly in China. It will provide digital documentation services for bulk cargo trading and improve efficiency through the realisation of quick custom clearance and delivery, utilising blockchain technologies. 

“The stakeholders of TradeGo are the leaders from energy, transportation, finance, metal and blockchain sectors, which will become the first batch of partners to develop the platform, and explore innovations for digital international trading of bulk cargos,” commented Cosco Shipping Energy Transportation.

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