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Hamburg-based software firm joins Lloyd's Register in Copenhagen

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German software firm Hanseaticsoft, a specialist in digital solutions for the shipping sector with customers including UASC, will move in with partner Lloyd's Register at the latter's offices in Copenhagen. Read on to learn why.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 06.06.17 at 10:24

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