Logistics firm Ceva expands partnership with South Korean carrier

Ceva and HMM expand an already existing cooperation, thereby ensuring more shippers’ access to sea freight.

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French logistics firm Ceva has made a multiannual partnership deal with South Korean container line HMM.

According to a press release, the deal, which runs until 2025, will secure access to sea freight for an increased number of shippers.

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