Zeronorth to invest and hire more staff in 2022

Zeronorth booked a deficit in 2021 after a year characterized by large investments. This year, the company intends to further expand business by employing a large number of personnel, explains CEO to ShippingWatch.

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Throughout 2021, digital company Zeronorth launched a marked expansion of its business, and this year, the plan is to grow even further, not least by attracting new employees.

Zeronorth deals in helping customers reduce their fuel consumption and the carbon footprint from their vessels through the solution Optimise, which uses data to make ship operations more efficient.

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