Maersk Tankers venture now has 1,300 ships linked to its platform

Digital company Zeronorth, owned by founder Maersk Tankers and commodity trader Cargill, now has 1,300 ships linked to its platform, CEO tells Børsen.

Søren Christian Meyer står i dag i spidsen for Zeronorth, som blev etableret af Maersk Tankers, og hvor handelshuset Cargill siden er blevet investor. | Photo: Maersk Tankers

Maersk Tankers' digital venture Zeronorth now has 1,300 ships using its Optimise solution for lowering fuel consumption, says CEO Søren Christian Meyer in an interview with Danish business daily Børsen.

The growing number of ships means that Zeronorth has gone from six employees to now 50.

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