Maersk Tankers' digital venture expands its board

Digital company Zeronorth, owned by founder Maersk Tankers and commodity trader Cargill, has elected two new members onto its board of directors, expanding it from three to five members.

Danny Lange and Eric Aboussouan are the new members on Zeronorth's board, which is expanded from three to five members. | Photo: Zeronorth

Maersk Tankers' digital venture Zeronoth, which recently added commodity trader Cargill as an investor, expands its board of directors.

One of the new members is Danny Lange, who is currently senior vice president of artificial intelligence at software company Unity and has a past at Amazon, Uber and Microsoft.

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