Shipvertical Internet Group To Partner With Marine Digital

Thursday, November 16, 2000
ShipVertical Internet Group has signed an agreement to enter into partnership discussions with Marine Digital, the Korean-based global maritime marketplace for shipbuilding, ship cargo, ship bunkering, ship sale & purchase, and fishery markets.

The agreement enables both parties, ShipVertical Internet Group and Marine Digital, to exchange products/service platforms on the web, to mutually benefit from each party's distribution network, to develop new products for niche markets jointly and to do businesses of both parties via a shared global network of suppliers and ship managers/operators.

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