Former Maersk profiles become new investors in startup Portchain

Several experienced shipping profiles and former Maersk top execs join the ownership of startup Portchain. The startup has now raised USD 5 million since its launch, one founder tells ShippingWatch.

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Startup Portchain now brings several experienced shipping profiles into its ownership.

The company has completed an investment round in which it raised a total of USD 2.56 million from six investors. These new investors include Lauritzen Fonden CEO Tommy Thomsen, who has now joined the startup's ownership.

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