The vertical challenge in logistics – Marseille vs Copenhagen (Berlin wins?)
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At CMA CGM-owned Ceva Logistics, these are days of reckoning.
There’s “so much happening”, as one insider put it today, that arguing it is business as usual in Marseille and elsewhere under the CMA CGM family roof is just an old cliché.
Current dealings, of whatever kind, are made more complex by a freight forwarding and 3PL market where, operationally, to get your hands dirty on profitable volumes is the mantra.
And it isn’t simple.
Now, another insider reiterated that “currently a lot of ...
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