Zeronorth receives new capital and US private equity firm as co-owner

Zeronorth, which has A.P. Moller Holding and Cargill in its ownership circle, gets a third co-owner. US private equity firm PSG Equity injects fresh capital into the digital company’s ”ambitious growth plans.”

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The only two-year-old digital company Zeronorth, which has A.P. Moller Holding and Cargill in its group of owners, is now injected with additional financial fuel for the realization of the company’s ”ambitious growth plans.”

A new, potent co-owner has come on board, and Zeronorth is furthermore provided with more than USD 50m via a series B investment, according to a company announcement.

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