VeChain has been focused on exploring blockchain solutions in the logistics sector, and their unwavering focus appears to be paying off. The blockchain project has found itself on the partner wall of DHL’s Asia-Pacific Innovation Centre (APAC) in Singapore.

Country manager for Singapore at VeChain, Sarah Nabba in a tweet, announced the collaboration. She said:

Quick update: @vechainofficial has been incepted unto DHL APAC Innovation Centre’s Partner Wall! The centre provides an immersive experience to clients by introducing new solutions from both established co. & startups. We look fwd to collaborations with the DHL team #GoVeChain

Source: Twitter

This is without a doubt good news for VeChain, considering the fact that DHL is one of the biggest names in the logistics industry, raking in over $25 billion annually. The partnership will give VeChain the opportunity to grow in the Innovation Centre, as well as provide a platform for other partnerships in the logistics industry.

DHL APAC Innovation Centre in Asia is a SGD$10 million facility that is dedicated to pushing the frontiers of innovation in the logistics industry.

Earlier this year, VeChain partnered with the transport and logistics division of Deutsche Bahn, DB Schenker, as well as with Kuehne & Nagel. VeChain definitely has some big players supporting the project.