Maritime software developer acquires Oceanbolt

Analyst firm Oceanbolt, which monitors the dry bulk industry, has been acquired by maritime software company Veson Nautical.

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Software developer Veson Nautical is on the acquisition trail and has added Oceanbolt, which conducts analyses and monitors trends in the dry bulk market, to its portfolio, the company informs in a press release.

"There are clear mutual benefits from combining Oceanbolt’s analytics-focused market intelligence platform with Veson Nautical’s extensive suite of products and industry knowledge. With the shared resources from Veson Nautical, we expect to see the accuracy and functionality of Oceanbolt’s algorithms further enhanced," says co-founder of Oceanbolt Niclas Dæhli Priess, according to the release.

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