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Vizion partners with Dun & Bradstreet on risk management offering

Companies’ combined data will offer tracking, ESG solutions for supply chains

Vizion and Dun & Bradstreet present a new offering to supply chain executives. (Photo: Jim Allen/FreightWaves)

Supply chain visibility provider Vizion announced Tuesday it has released a new product to provide customers with live tracking and risk management capabilities. 

The new tool, TradeView, is made available through a partnership between the company and Dun & Bradstreet, which will be providing its own supply chain data to be leveraged with Vizion’s global shipment data.

“Our industry needs ESG [environmental, social and governance] transparency mapped across supplier networks and product value chains. TradeView breaks new ground in addressing these needs through unprecedented live monitoring and access to novel datasets. Vizion, in collaboration with Dun & Bradstreet, is excited to bring a truly differentiated solution to market,” said Vizion CEO Kyle Henderson in the release. 


According to Vizion, the tool is designed to help supply chain actors from a wide array of sectors, including port and terminal operators, logistics providers, drayage companies, railroads, and retail providers, make better business decisions. 

Through the collaboration with Dun & Bradstreet, the tool empowers government workers, commodity traders and individuals in capital markets to enhance their economic forecasting capabilities.

Vizion’s last solutions release was its Intermodal Rail Tracking in June. This feature focuses on the often-overlooked movement of containers from vessels to inland destinations, providing transparency on events like last free dates and available pickup dates to help shippers and logistics providers avoid access charges.

The company has not had to raise capital since 2022, when Samsung led the $14 million Series A round with participation from Maersk Growth and Value Stream Ventures. 


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Grace Sharkey

Grace Sharkey is a professional in the logistics and transportation industry with experience in journalism, digital content creation and decision-making roles in the third-party logistics space. Prior to joining FreightWaves, Grace led a startup brokerage to more than $80 million in revenue, holding roles of increasing responsibility, including director of sales, vice president of business development and chief strategy officer. She is currently a staff writer, podcast producer and SiriusXM radio host for FreightWaves, a leading provider of news, data and analytics for the logistics industry. She holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Michigan State University. You can contact her at [email protected].