CMA CGM

All change at the top for CMA CGM Air Cargo

By Damian Brett

CMA CGM Air Cargo has a new chief executive with Guillaume Lathelize taking over from Olivier Casanova. The shipping group…

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Jettainer to provide ULD support to CMA CGM Air Cargo

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Jettainer has been chosen by CMA CGM Air Cargo to deliver unit load device (ULD) management and maintenance services to…

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Aircraft Finance Germany acquires Airbus A330-200 for conversion by EFW

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Aircraft Finance Germany (AFG) subsidiary AFG Aviation Ireland Limited has acquired an Airbus A330-200 that will be converted into a…

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CEVA expands in Africa with latest acquistion

By Damian Brett

Fast-growing CEVA Logistics is expanding its presence in Africa through the purchase of forwarder Spedag Interfreight. Spedag has offices in…

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Unnammed customer signs up for seven A350 freighters

By Damian Brett

An unnamed customer has placed an order for seven of Airbus’ recently announced A350 freighter aircraft. The manufacturer’s latest update…

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Putzger perspective: Alignment headaches

Shipping companies’ thirst for end-to-end supply chain solutions has seen their interest and investment in the airfreight industry continue to…

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CMA CGM adds another B777F as it aims for a fleet of 12 freighters

By Damian Brett

CMA CGM Air Cargo has added its second Boeing B777F in the space of two weeks and disclosed its plan…

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CMA CGM receives air carrier certificate and first B777F

By Rebecca Jeffrey

CMA CGM Air Cargo received its air carrier certificate from the French Civil Aviation Authority on June 1, following the…

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CMA CGM to invest in AF KLM and partner on freighters

By Damian Brett

CMA CGM is planning to purchase a 9% stake in Air France-KLM Group as part of a new partnership that…

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CMA CGM acquires GEFCO after Russia’s RZD sells its stake

By Damian Brett

Shipping group CMA CGM has acquired 100% of the shares of automotive logistics business GEFCO, which was until recently 75%…

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