JAKARTA - With the signing of Ocean Alliance Day 5 Product, as of April 2021, CMA CGM Group will be providing additional port calls, more direct links and shorter transit times to accompany its customers during these unprecedented times.
The Group will use 333 containerships (113 of which will be operated by CMA CGM Group, which continues to play a major role in Ocean Alliance), 39 services, with estimated capacity of around 4.1 million TEUs.
This evolution highlights CMA CGM's commitment to serve its customers for Transpacific trade through 20 services, service offer between Asia and Europe with 7 services, and a substantial offer between Asia and the Mediterranean with 4 services, the CMA CGM Group stated in a statement.
Other offers are 2 Transatlantic services connecting northern Europe with the East coast of the United States and the Gulf of Mexico. The only alliance offering 4 dedicated services between Asia and the Middle East, and 2 Asia-Red Sea services.
Launched in 2017, Ocean Alliance is the world's largest operational collaboration between shipping companies.
The Group's high value-added services including CMA CGM+, a complete package of 19 products and services designed to protect cargo and expand the business of the Group's customers.
Act with CMA CGM +, a range of 4 services enabling the Group's customers to analyze their environmental footprint, choose cleaner alternative energy sources and to offset the emissions generated during the transport of their goods.
Committed to the energy transition of maritime transportation, CMA CGM will deploy by the end of the year 18 LNG-powered containerships, of which nine 23,000-TEU vessels will sail on the French Asia Line (FAL) between Asia and Northern Europe.
In addition, the Group will offer its customers a complete door-to-door offering of inland and logistics solutions including road, rail and inland waterway options. (hlz/hlz)