Portchain lands partnership with Hapag-Lloyd

Startup Portchain has secured its first deal with a major shipping line as Hapag-Lloyd has agreed to use the company's platform. The deal spans multiple years and comes at a time when digital entrepreneurs in shipping will have to prove that they can deliver on their word.

Thor Thorup, Anders Olivarius og Niels Kristiansen stiftede Portchain i 2017. | Photo: PR/Portchain

Tech startup Portchain, which counts several high-profile shipping people among its investors, has launched a large-scale partnership with German container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd.

In the coming years, Hapag-Lloyd will use Portchain's technology to do fleet planning.

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