Greece is the next area of investment for digital company Zeronorth, which was first founded by Maersk Tankers and has since added commodity trader Cargill as an investor.
As such, Zeronorth has just opened an office in the Greek port city of Piraeus, says Zeronorth in a press release. According to the company, the new office will provide a "direct link to one of shipping’s most important regions".
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