Maersk's biggest customer disappointed with the container line's large-scale logistics ambitions

The owner of Kuehne + Nagel and major shareholder in Hapag-Lloyd, German investor Klaus-Michael Kuehne, is disappointed with Maersk and CMA CGM's logistics plans. In a noteworthy interview with a German newspaper, he describes it as a turning point in the sector.

Photo: PR / Kuehne + Nagel

Klaus-Michael Kuehne, who owns one of the world's largest logistics companies, Kuehne + Nagel, is far from pleased with Maersk and CMA CGM's new logistics ambitions.

He describes the development as a turning point for the transport sector, one which he keeps a close eye on, he says in a remarkable interview with German media DVZ.

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