Rotterdam's digital port solution looks for strategic partners in growth plan

PortXchange, owned by Port of Rotterdam, has growth plans and is therefore on the search for strategic partners. The team behind the digital solution is also currently in the process of landing another container major.

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PortXchange is on the search for strategic partners that can contribute to new growth in the Port of Rotterdam-based company, which aims to bring down CO2 emissions in shipping through the use of data.

This is reported by CEO Sjoerd de Jager, co-founder of PortXchange, in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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