The CMA CGM Group, a worldwide leading shipping group, and Freightos, the world’s online freight marketplace, are pleased to announce they have signed an ambitious pilot agreement whereby CMA CGM has become the first ocean carrier listed on Freightos. Online bookings, guaranteed pricing, and secured capacity on CMA CGM China-US trade lanes are available on the platform, with further extension to additional lanes planned in the near future.
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The CMA CGM Group renews its contract with the UGPBAN for the transportation of bananas from the French West Indies and reasserts its commitment to the economic development of these territories
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CMA CGM completes the acquisition of Containerships and reinforces its position as a major actor in intra-European transportation
The CMA CGM Group, a leading worldwide shipping Group, is pleased to announce that it has completed today the acquisition of Containerships, a container-transportation and logistics company. The European Commission authorized this transaction on October 22nd. Containerships, which specializes in the intra-European market, will complement CMA CGM’s service offering.
CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM broaden their strategic partnership and sign a new relationship agreement
CMA CGM has been CEVA Logistics’ reference shareholder since its listing on the SIX stock exchange in May 2018. CMA CGM signed a new relationship agreement with CEVA on Wednesday October 24th to reinforce the industrial cooperation between the two companies. All the CEVA shareholders will have the opportunity to benefit from the substantial value creation expected from this cooperation with a commitment to keep the CEVA shares listed.
CMA CGM supports the decisions of CEVA's Board of directors announced today and reaffirms its ambition to turn CEVA into a stronger logistics leader
CMA CGM has the strategic ambition to accelerate CEVA’s turnaround and create value for all stakeholders, as discussed within the Board of CEVA during the last few weeks.
Elisabeth Borne and Rodolphe Saadé inaugurate ZeBox, a new start-up incubator and accelerator in Marseilles
Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CMA CGM, and Elisabeth Borne, Minister in charge of Transport, inaugurated ZeBox, a start-up incubator and accelerator dedicated to transport, logistics, mobility and 4.0 industry.
The new International Maritime Organization (IMO) Low Sulphur Regulation will be effective from 1 January 2020 and will require all shipping companies to reduce their Sulphur emissions by 85%.
40 years ago, on September 13th, 1978, Jacques R. Saadé launched the first maritime line between Marseilles and Beirut, with only one ship and 4 employees. This day marked the beginning of an extraordinary humane and entrepreneurial adventure. 40 years later, CMA CGM has become a recognized world leader, with 34,000 employees and a presence in more than 160 countries. Let’s trace back this unique journey.
The CMA CGM ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUPERY was inaugurated by Bruno Le Maire, French Minister of Economy and Finance, with Elisabeth Borne, Minister in charge of Transports
The CMA CGM Group, a world leader in maritime transport, is pleased to announce that the CMA CGM ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUPERY, the flagship of the Group and largest container ship in the world flying the French flag, was inaugurated on this Thursday, September 6, by French Minister of Economy and Finance, with Lisabeth Borne, Minister in charge of Transports.
A significant increase in bunker prices has been observed since the beginning of the year. Unfortunately, prices have continued to rise even more sharply recently. As a result, the CMA CGM Group decided on May 25th to recover bunker costs through its bunker-related surcharges* which was applied to all cargo on all Worldwide trades.