Founded Year

2014

Stage

Debt | Alive

Total Raised

$42.75M

Last Raised

$15M | 1 yr ago

About New York Shipping Exchange

The New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX) is an electronic trading platform that will directly facilitate improved efficiency in the international container shipping market. NYSHEX will provide importers and exporters with a fair and competitive market to purchase freight futures directly from carriers and NVOCCs. NYSHEX will also provide carriers with an efficient sales channel that enables service differentiation and fixes future volume and revenue per trade lane, which is necessary to ensure freight demand is met in the most efficient manner.

New York Shipping Exchange Headquarter Location

30 Broad Street 14th Floor

New York, New York, 10004,

United States

(646) 480-1663

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  • When was New York Shipping Exchange founded?

    New York Shipping Exchange was founded in 2014.

  • Where is New York Shipping Exchange's headquarters?

    New York Shipping Exchange's headquarters is located at 30 Broad Street, New York.

  • What is New York Shipping Exchange's latest funding round?

    New York Shipping Exchange's latest funding round is Debt.

  • How much did New York Shipping Exchange raise?

    New York Shipping Exchange raised a total of $42.75M.

  • Who are the investors of New York Shipping Exchange?

    Investors of New York Shipping Exchange include Blumberg Capital, Collate Capital, NewRoad Capital Partners, New York Angels, Paycheck Protection Program and 8 more.

  • Who are New York Shipping Exchange's competitors?

    Competitors of New York Shipping Exchange include Capitolis, Q4, Trumid, Cloud9 Technologies, TradeIX and 9 more.

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