Portchain to find fresh capital and double in size this year

Portchain, owned by several prominent representatives of the shipping industry, has spent much time scaling up its business, and the work is not over yet, with the company preparing to raise fresh capital to fuel its growth plans, says co-founder and CCO to Shippingwatch.

Portchain was founded in 2017 by former Mckinsey consultants Thor Thorup (right), Niels Kristiansen (left) and Anders Olivarius (center). | Photo: PR/Portchain

Technology provider Portchain has set its sights on expanding the business, which will require fresh capital.

On account of this, the company has set the stage for acquiring additional funds to finance its growth plans.

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