Ceva aims for profit in 2020 despite coronavirus: "We just have to fight harder"

Ceva Logistics' new CEO Mathieu Friedberg has a stated goal of making the company profitable already in 2020, despite the fact that the coronavirus has hit the market hard. "We just have to fight harder than what we expected," he tells ShippingWatch.

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CMA CGM's acquisition Ceva Logistics has its sights set on black numbers before the end of 2020, despite the fact that the coronavirus outbreak has knocked the bottom out of the market across the globe, says the company's new CEO Mathieu Friedberg.

He is the third CEO to take the reins after CMA CGM acquired the company a year and a half ago.

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