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Welcome on board to our three new teammates!

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GateHouse Logistics is growing and now we introduce even more experience and expertise to our teams of software developers by hiring Erling, Mikkel, and Christian. And this is just the beginning! Facing new opportunities we seek more talents to support and strengthen this growth – talents who can join us in building the tracking- and monitoring services of tomorrow.

Could you be interested in joining our team? Go to our ‘Jobs’ page to see open positions!

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