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Maschmeyer and Maersk invest 10 million in Berlin startup (and more investments you need to know)


Carsten Maschmeyer and the shipping company Maersk are investing 10 million euros in the Berlin-based food logistics company Fliit. The startup, which arranges transport for food and generates a monthly turnover of just under one million euros, was founded in 2016 by Flavio Alari. With the fresh capital Fliit plans to expand abroad and to drive the development of the digital platform.


Startup Lendis, provider of a digital rental service for the equipment and administration of office infrastructure, secures a million-dollar financing through Holtzbrinck Ventures, DN Capital, Picus Capital, Christian Gaiser, Matthias Knecht and Christian Grobe. Among other things, the new investment is intended to advance customer acquisition and the expansion of the team. The Berlin Startup 2017 was founded by Julius Bolz and Stavros Papadopoulos.


Horizons Ventures and American Family Ventures are investing $ 2.3 million in Teraki, a developer of software for the automotive industry that compresses sensor data in the car. The Berlin startup was founded in 2015 by Daniel Richart, Edouard Rozan and Markus Kopf.


High-Tech Gründerfonds is investing a six-figure sum in the SaaS company Coinlend in Mannheim. Startup, the provider of crypto-fiat currency automation on margin-funding exchanges, was founded in 2017 by Jan Pumpe. Coinlend offers a bot that automatically grants the released cryptocurrencies at the best possible conditions.

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