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Persbericht: Nederlandse start-up, in wind-ship logistiek, haalt €200,000 op.

Alkmaar, Nederland. (9 juni 2022). Met haar aanbod aan investeerders, waarmee ze mede-eigenaar kunnen worden van een toekomstige vloot van zeilende vracht- en passagiersschepen, heeft de start-up EcoClipper, gedurende deze ronde, meer dan € 200.000 opgehaald. De investering wordt gebruikt, voor het eerste schip: De Tukker dat momenteel een refit ondergaat, alswel voor de verdere ontwikkeling van EcoClipper’s geplande nieuwbouw Clipper-serie, de EcoClipper500.

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Press Release: Dutch start-up in wind-ship logistics raises €200,000

With an offer to investors that allows them to become part owners of a proposed fleet of sail cargo and passenger ships, the start-up sail cargo company EcoClipper has surpassed €200,000 in individual investment. This investment is in both the Ketch De Tukker, which is currently undergoing a refit, and in the further development of EcoClipper’s planned new build Clipper series, the EcoClipper500. 

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Press Release: Sustainable Shipping Company Launches 2022 Sailing Schedule

Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 05/05/2022. Dutch shipping company EcoClipper has announced this year’s sailing schedule of the newly purchased ship: De Tukker. De Tukker is the first in a fleet of low-impact sailing ships which will transport cargo and passengers using the wind as a main source of propulsion. The schedule focuses on the North Sea, the Channel and Bay of Biscay.

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About Jorne Langelaan

Founder & CEO

Capt. Jorne Langelaan is the Founder and CEO of EcoClipper. He has extensive experience in the maritime industry.

At the age of 12 he went to sea as a ship’s boy on board a motor cargo ship that belonged to his uncle. His first job on board a sailing ship was a few years later on a topsail schooner, sailing with passengers over the North Sea and Dutch lakes. This was followed in the 1990s by a job on the famous cargo schooner, Avontuur, in the Caribbean.

These experiences inspired him to acquire his certificates at the Enkhuizen Maritime College (Enkhuizer Zeevaartschool) to captain coastal vessels, ocean-going vessels and cargo sailing vessels. After receiving his certificates he sailed the ‘seven seas’ in every position (from deckhand tocaptain) and on all types of ships (from tugboats to three-masted barques).

In 2007 he became one of the founders of Fairtransport and he still is one of the major shareholders.

In addition he holds a Dutch Ship-brokers certificate (Nederlandse Zeebevrachters Sociëteit) which qualifies him in maritime economics.

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