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Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Freight exchanges are central to the logistics industry, as they reduce empty runs and meet spot demands. To improve their efficiency in terms of automation and enhance trust between the participants, we propose a decentralized freight exchange implemented using public blockchains. With our solution, we also address shortcomings of public blockchains, such as scalability and privacy. We present two artifacts: a general architecture for an electronic logistics marketplace (ELM) and a concretedoi:10.24251/hicss.2021.679 fatcat:oppl44fro5dkxe4peduxyqv47y