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CMA CGM strengthens efforts in Africa

Maersk's future P3 partner, French container carrier CMA CGM, plans to  strengthen its position in Africa with new trades and new port infrastructure. The carrier already has a presence in 45 African countries.

2014 will be the year in which the world's third largest container carrier, French CMA CGM, makes its real breakthrough to new African businesses. Through the launch of a new campaign, the carrier aims to expand its activities on the continent.

The basis of the campaign is formed by the carrier's Afrikamax vessels, which are particularly well-suited for sailing in African coastal regions and ports, says the Marseille-based container carrier in a press release.

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