Zeronorth has 2,600 ships on board and aims to raise new capital within first half-year

With its new acquisition, Zeronorth makes bunker procurement an active part of the platform's solution, says Chief Executive Søren Christian Meyer to ShippingWatch. The company wants to bring in fresh financing and aims for 6,000 ships within the next few years.

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Although the year has barely started, Zeronorth now presents its second acquisition in just six months, and the digital start-up is ready to raise fresh capital as well as land more ships for its digital platform in the course of 2022, says CEO Søren Christian Meyer.

His comments follow Zeronorth's announcement Tuesday of the acquisition of US-based online bunker platform Clearlynx.

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