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Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd want more mid-sized customers

Both Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd now eye growth potential in bringing in more mid-sized companies as customers, writes Børsen. Maersk has already launched a solution to bring in a segment usually reserved for freight forwarders, writes the newspaper.

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Container shipping majors Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd both eye growth potential in getting more small- and mid-sized companies as customers, writes Danish newspaper Børsen.

Two months ago Maersk Launched its digital platform Maersk Flow, which is a solution aimed at assisting customers shipping between 200 and 2,000 containers annually control their supply chains. The aim is to bring more such companies on board as customers, and Maersk thus targets a segment that has usually been reserved for traditional freight forwarders, writes the newspaper.

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