What is TEU?
The TEU token aims to bring Bitcoin for the shipping industry
Why TEU Tokens? List of benefits for key stakeholders
Our tokens help to sustain the global supply chain for ocean borne cargo.
The majority of products in your malls and stores get there by container ship. But supply chain inefficiencies add to the prices you get charged. TEU Tokens help eliminate these inefficiencies. Learn more
Retailers seek to maximize sales with the lowest inventories. This requires a highly functioning supply chain. Learn more
For Container Liners
Container liners need their ships to sail fully loaded for maximum profitability. Gaps in the supply chain force ships to sail with un-filled capacity. Learn more
This is a blockchain project solving US$23B ghost bookings pain point in the US$150B container shipper industry by creating a digital booking deposit, TEU ERC20 utility token, and ecosystem in Ethereum. Bonus: Early Bird: 50%; Volume: Up to 100%; Referral: 20%
3-minute explanation of TEU Tokens by Johnson Leung on Bloomberg TV
HOW TEU WORKS AS A DEPOSIT
MEET OUR TEAM
Our team consists of a strong panel of shipping and banking professionals.
Johnson Leung - Co-founder
Johnson has a combined 20 years of experience in container shipping (Maersk), port investments (Hutchison), and sell-side equity research coverage (JP Morgan, Jeffries) of the shipping industry.
Jonathan Lee - Co-founder
Jonathan has a combined 20 years experience in banking as head of Treasury and dealing at several banks including China Construction Bank, Coutts & Co, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank and UBP.
Eugene Kim - Co-founder
Eugene has 20 years experience in database technology and investment banking and most recently managed the fixed income middle office at Morgan Stanley Hong Kong.
David Yeung - Ex CEO of AIG Capital Partner
David currently serves as the independent investment committee member of the $1.2 billion IFC Global Infrastructure Fund and previously spent 17 years with AIG Global Investment as President and CEO of AIG Capital Partners.
Kai Lung Hui - Chair Professor of HKUST
Kai-Lung Hui is a chair professor in the Department of Information Systems, Business Statistics, and Operations Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. His research interests include information privacy and security and IT policy.
Thomas Eskesen - Eskesen Advisory
Thomas Eskesen currently runs Eskesen Advisory, and previously worked for the AP Moller / Maersk Organisation for almost 30 years. He ran Maersk’s Refrigerated Cargo division and founded Inttra, the container shipping industry’s largest common booking portal.