CMA CGM multiplied results in 2021 – Ukraine crisis creates ambiguity this year

Among other things. a strong fourth quarter contributed to CMA CGM being able to tenfold the net result in 2021 compared to the previous year. 47 percent revenue growth in the logistics business. Geopolitical tensions are creating uncertainty this year. Updated.

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French CMA GCM, like several of its competitors, has had a terrific 2021 and delivers accelerating annual accounts in in the container market.

This is shown by the company’s just published annual report, which presents a revenue of USD 56bn, an operating profit (EBITDA) of USD 23.1bn and a net income of USD 17.9bn.

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