Digitizing information & connectivity gaps in the supply chain


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About Us

QuayChain digitizes the information and connectivity gaps in the supply chain, in partnership with logistics centers, to enable a more resilient, secure, sustainable supply chain.  QuayChain’s platform enables applications & data-driven solutions for those companies that serve and drive the global supply chain.

The connectivity layer with Private LTE/5G is the foundation for the network of IIoT devices that feeds the QuayChain platform.

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Why we need a more resilient, secure, sustainable supply chain now

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Quaychain Customers

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Terminals, Shipping Lines, Drayage operators and Chassis providers.


Ground handling, Airlines and Air Cargo and runway operational support

Public Agencies

Cities, Counties and local public services


Public or Privately owned services industrial areas. Fiber providers is a utility

Public Safety

Serving and protecting all of the Smart Industrial Hub

Rail Yards

Rail Cars, Locomotive IOT, Goods management and safety uses.


Owners of buildings and infrastructure

Multi-modal hubs

Linking equipment and various transportation services.


3PL’s, Forwarder, Brokers and service providers


Providing financial tools to the Smart Industrial Hub

Business & Industry

Retailers, Distributors, Manufactures and all business with goods


Managing Risk in the Smart Industrial Hub


Trucks, Rail, Shipping Lines, Airlines and parcel companies



News & Events

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QuayChain and UIPA Partnership

Utah Inland Port Authority to Build First Private Supply Chain LTE/5G Network Partnership will bring new digital infrastructure to Utah logistics SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Inland Port Authority (UIPA) announced a partnership with QuayChain Technologies to build and operate the world’s first private LTE/5G network dedicated to the supply chain. The Intelligent Crossroads...

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World-first supply-chain LTE/5G network builds visibility amid congestion meltdown

FROM PORT TECHNOLOGY 10 September 2021 Jack Donnelly A new private LTE/5G network dedicated to the regional supply could chain build greater inland visibility and reduce pressure on logistics in ports and terminals. The Utah Inland Port Authority (UIPA) in August 2021 announced a partnership with QuayChain Technologies to operate what they describe as the...

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Can you hear me? US ports not 100% connected

FROM The American Shipper The dirty little secret is that dead spots are plaguing the flow of trade By Lori Ann LaRocco The fight for a slice of the transportation bill pie is as fierce as a Florentine gladiator match. Lobbyists are doing their best to grab a nibble of this behemoth bill. The drama...

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