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Maersk’s digital platform strengthens its presence in Poland

Maersk’s digital logistics platform, Twill increases its presence in Gdansk, Poland, as a part of the company's effort to provide improved products and services to its customers.

Twill launched in 2017 and four years later, it is expanding its presence in the Polish city where it has located its technology hub and is now recruiting developers, analysts, designers and many more functions to further support the continuously growing customers base on their digital logistics journey.

Twill is aiming to provide digital support for freight forwarding customers and has already served 5,000 customers since 2017.

The company has been powered directly by Maersk since 2018, creating multiple operational and customer synergies and strengthening its position as Maersk’s digital logistics powerhouse.

Engineering Director at Twill Tech, Jan Castelijns stated that "the work of the Gdansk-based Twill team has gained recognition in the Maersk community and has helped hire new employees in Gdansk also for Maersk’s own Technology teams, strengthening A.P. Moller – Maersk’s technology footprint in the Polish city."

Maersk which has also an office in Gdansk will be the first developer joining the Twill office in August.

"Maersk is currently transforming into a global integrator of container logistics, and its Technology department is a key player in that journey," concluded Castelijns.

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