Maersk invests in startup with global reach

A.P. Moeller-Maersk's venture fund Maersk Growth has invested in a startup that will help the container company enter the age of the Internet of Things.

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Maersk has a stated goal of making its future more digital. The many cranes, containers and ships that today make up the pillar of Maersk's operations around the world must be digitized, and the company backs these words up with actions.

The group's venture fund Maersk Growth has invested in startup Onomondo, a global Internet of Things network operator that can make the company's various units communicate with each other over the internet, say the two companies in a joint press release.

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