Maersk invests in digital freight forwarder

A group of investors including Maersk have injected capital into German Freighthub, a digital freight forwarder.

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Several players including Maersk have invested a total of USD 30 million in German startup Freighthub, a digital freight forwarder, reports media Techcrunch.

Maersk's investment takes place via its business unit Maersk Growth, which funds startups and contributes to developing internal ideas within the group.

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