Weathernews and Mitsui launch cargo matching platform

(l-r) Chihito Kusabiraki, Weathernews, with Masaki Saito, Mitsui (l-r) Chihito Kusabiraki, Weathernews, with Masaki Saito, Mitsui

Japan-headquartered Weathernews and Mitsui & Co. have announced that they have formed a joint venture called maruFreight, which aims to provide a platform for maritime companies to match cargo with the best available shipping options.

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