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Secro Co-Founder and CEO, Michele Sancricca stated: “Our customers asked us to build a platform to easily create securely exchanged electronic bills of lading with anyone in the world without the need for cumbersome private agreements. This innovative approach delivers the ease of adoption that legacy providers did not achieve.”
Truly viable electronic bills of lading, able to replace traditional paper-based documents, has been a chimera for decades. Thanks to Secro proprietary technology’s compliance with the latest digital trade laws, for the first time the adoption of electronic bills of lading really offers speed, security and cost savings. With Secro’s ease of use, and the Group’s approval, traders, shippers, banks and ship owners can digitally transact with confidence.
Sancricca wants the maritime community to appreciate that this is just the beginning for Secro. “Secro E-bill of lading is only the first product we are launching in this arena. Customers will find in Secro a one-stop-shop to digitize their end-to-end trade workflows.”
At SHIPPINGInsight 2022, Secro received the organization’s Innovation Award by securing the most support from investors and shipowners in the SHARK TANK. Secro is currently available to selected customers with the public launch expected during Q1 2023. For more information on the company go to Secro.
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Photo: (L to R) Secro Co-Founder and CEO Michele Sancricca, Dan Holmes of Bureau Veritas, and SHIPPINGInsight Chief Evolution Officer Carleen Lyden Walker.