Boosting customs logistics management between continents

Usyncro, the Spanish platform that uses Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence for logistics management, has joined forces with the international insurance company Hanseatica to add services to the Digital Logistics Corridors promoted between Spain and Latin America.

The insurance company was born in Argentina more than 15 years ago as a result of the merger between Dr. Eduardo Bottin and the founding partners of Lampe & Schwartze, one of the ten most important insurance brokers in Germany. With the backing of this experienced German underwriter, with more than 160 years of experience in the international insurance market, Hanseatica has become one of the leading insurers both nationally and internationally. It is also ISO 9001 certified, which guarantees the highest quality standards in all its products.

The 24/7 personalized attention thanks to different digital solutions is one of the differential values provided by the company for the marketing of its insurance products. With this new alliance, those who access the platform will be able to make use of technologies such as Blockchain to manage shipments to and from Latin America, incorporating this disruptive technology to the current service.

“The incorporation of technology such as Blockchain in the contracting of insurance, is one of the most valuable use cases, as it brings additional benefits to customers, based on the reliability and immediacy of the data that is uploaded on the platform.” comments Cristina Martín Lorenzo, CEO of Usyncro.The customer can share not only documentation, but also images of the status of the goods along the journey. Thus, it relies on the Blockchain trace to prove the immutability of the documentation to collaborators and authorities,” he concludes.


In 2022, the “kick-off” of this great unifying initiative among the world’s customs offices took place with the signing by Usyncro and ALACAT, the Federation of Freight Forwarders that brings together 16 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Since then, Usyncro has launched several corridors involving Spanish customs. This is a key project that supports the strategy of turning Madrid into a Global Logistics Hub and is supported by the Alastria network and the Blockchain Cluster of the Community of Madrid.

“We are proud to have successfully achieved this collaboration agreement with a disruptive technology platform such as Usyncro, which leverages and leverages the power of AI and Blockchain to streamline the logistics process in the movement of goods and successfully implement digital brokers. This collaboration marks an important milestone in our commitment to offer innovative and value-added solutions to our clients, boosting our presence and capabilities in the international market.” comments Eduardo Bottin, president of Hanseatica. “We are excited about the possibilities and look forward to working closely together to bring greater efficiency and transparency to the industry,” he concluded.


Insurance company specialized in providing coverage for goods in transit. It is characterized by offering a service of excellence in insurance, through the granting of coverage adequate to the profile and needs of its clients. Its strong underwriting capacity is backed by leading international reinsurers, who provide support to generate new business and add value to the market. In line with this, it presents sustained positive profitability over time, providing the possibility of generating benefits for its strategic ecosystem partners. At the same time, it provides training to the different actors involved in the commercialization of the product, both in technical and sales aspects. In addition, it has adjusters all over the world, achieving agility in the analysis of claims and in preventive, pre- and post-load inspections.

Service vocation, experience, knowledge, teamwork and the capacity of its professionals are some of the values that have sustained the company’s growth, positioning it among the leaders in the national and international insurance market.

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