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Hamburg-based software firm joins Lloyd's Register in Copenhagen

German software firm Hanseaticsoft, a specialist in digital solutions for the shipping sector with customers including UASC, will move in with partner Lloyd's Register at the latter's offices in Copenhagen. Read on to learn why.

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German company Hanseaticsoft will now become part of Lloyd's Register's office in Copenhagen after the two companies signed a partnership deal in April.

The company, which has 30 employees and is based in Hamburg, specializes in digital solutions for the shipping sector and counts several major players – such as UASC and Döhle Schiffahrts – among its customers.

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