Blockchain can help all stakeholders improve transparency and traceability, streamlining the production process.

Manufacturing Use Cases


Manufacturers can leverage blockchain to authenticate inputs, validating their source and specifications. This valuable insight can help maintain compliance and protect against bad actors.


Blockchain-based smart contracts can automate transactions and trigger events under predetermined conditions. This functionality can eliminate paper processes while ensuring legitimate and current product certifications.

Additive Manufacturing

Companies can leverage blockchain to bolster their additive manufacturing initiatives. Specifically, stakeholders can securely store part specifications as immutable blockchain records, ensuring ongoing quality assurance.

Supply Chain Management

Manufacturers can use blockchain to introduce greater transparency to complex, global supply chains. With this insight, stakeholders can engage in proactive decision-making, reducing bottlenecks and streamlining the manufacturing process.

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SIMBA Industry Partners

Boeing Case Study

Boeing commissioned SIMBA to build a fully integrated supply chain solution that tracks F/A-18 wing parts from sub-tier suppliers.

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Department of Defense

SIMBA Chain will design and build a blockchain solution to enable demand-sensing for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), the combat support and supply chain agency of the Department of Defense (DoD).

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Supply Chain

Built on SIMBA Blocks, the U.S. Air Force BASECAMP platform follows the registration and tracking of Additive Manufacturing (AM) components during their complete lifecycle.

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Existing Blockchain Initiatives

Here’s how other companies are using blockchain for manufacturing.


Learn how L’Oreal uses blockchain to deliver rapid, flexible manufacturing capabilities that enable personalized products.

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See how Nike uses blockchain to collect supply chain data alongside industry partners.

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Read how Nestlé uses blockchain to achieve supply chain transparency in collaboration with OpenSC, a platform that allows consumers to track their food from farm to table.

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