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The Port of Long Beach is introducing cargo visibility software for tracking and accessibility

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The Port of Long Beach partnered with a technology firm named UNCOMN to assist it with making free cargo visibility software that gives transporters information to “track their cargo through the complete supply chain.” The software is known as The Supply Chain Information Highway and permits the users to safely access and analyse the data. The port plans to spend $400,000 to “demonstrate a proof of concept” in February 2022. After completion, the port will give full access to the software to different ports, including the Port of Oakland.

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