CMA CGM launches five-point strategy towards transforming the company

French group CMA CGM has set out a five-point strategy that will guide the company in coming years, with a focus on shipping, air cargo and logstics. The goal is climate neutrality by 2050, which is to be achieved with liquefied natural gas, LNG.


With the launch of a new strategy called Better Ways, French container and logistics group CMA CGM is committed to boosting customer satisfaction by offering better and more integrated services and aiming for climate neutrality by 2050.

CMA CGM will offer logistics solutions by sea, land and air, the last of which will be handled by the company's new air freight division, CMA CGM Air Cargo.

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