Media report: CMA CGM and Maersk exploring possibilities of acquiring logistics company

According to French media Le Monde, Bolloré Logistics has put its African division up for sale. Both Maersk and CMA CGM are purportedly interested, while Cosco and DP World have also been mentioned as potential buyers.

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French logistics company Bolloré Logistics has allegedly put its African division up for sale, apparently attracting the interest of both A.P. Moller-Maersk and French competitors CMA CGM.

This is reported by French media Le Monde, which cites unnamed sources, writes Bloomberg News.

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