The vertical challenge in logistics – Marseille vs Copenhagen (Berlin wins?)
Looks good for…
“Not stopping half way is a good comment.”
That came from a Ceva Logistics insider, who recently told Premium that excitement is felt with regard to Rodolphe Saadé’s M&A ambitions.
Just as countless Ceva-ers wonder what could be next when/if the purchase of Bolloré Logistics (BL) is done and dusted.
Internally at the CMA CGM-owned 3PL “many talk like this” – right: Saadé won’t stop half way* – fully aware of the stated targets that could make Ceva a challenger for the Big Four ...
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