T-Mining is an independent Tier 2 technology provider building a trusted community collaboration framework for logistics by leveraging blockchain technology, enabling:
increased operational efficiency driven by more intense collaboration;
lowered administrative costs thanks to reduced paperwork & manual interventions;
increased security and reduce risk thanks to blockchain technology.
The company was founded in December 2016. All 3 founders have extensive experience in container operations, logistics software and business development. On top, the company is funded with smart money from senior business angels and imec, next to a government loan and grants. We have offices in Antwerp and Singapore and currently employ 11 people.
An article by Wired on the use of blockchain;
An interview by L'Echo with our CEO on our activities in the Port (french only);
An article in Bloovi with recent overview of our activities (dutch only);
References made by the Port of Antwerp:
For all interview requests and press related inquiries, please contact:
Christiaan Sluijs, CFO
+32 483 67 83 83
Bio’s of the 3 co-founders
Nico Wauters, CEO & co-founder
In charge of Strategy and Business Development. He has over 20 years of international experience in managing teams and building businesses, founder, and former-CEO of NetworkMining NV. He had several senior management positions at KPNQwest, Alcatel, and Tellium and holds a Ph.D. & MSc Applied Science in network planning and optimization.
Pascal Verlinden, CTO & co-founder
In charge of Technology and Software Development. He has over 30 years of experience in software development for air, vessel and river traffic management system, container traffic logistics and terminal operations, is founder and MD of Tinc Associates and holds an MSc In Computer Science.
Filip Heremans, CPO & co-founder
In charge of Product development. He has 9 years of ICT and project management experience at MSC Home Terminal & MPET and holds an advanced MSc in Economics.
Logo’s & Pictures
Our Company logo and pictures are available here: