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CMA CGM to become exclusive commercial carrier on Transpacific trade for the group; NOL gets a new name

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan7/7/2020 10:20 AM GMT+08  • 2 min read
CMA CGM to become exclusive commercial carrier on Transpacific trade for the group; NOL gets a new name
Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), which was bought over by the company in 2016, will be redesigned with the current CMA CGM regional office, as a major regional hub under its new name, CMA CGM Asia Pacific Limited.
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SINGAPORE (July 7): CMA CGM, the French container shipping firm that bought Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) in 2016, on Tuesday announced its intention to simplify its trade network.

CMA CGM will become the company’s exclusive commercial carrier on the Transpacific trade to better serve its customers from October 1.

“By capitalizing on the expertise, knowledge and footprint of its resources under CMA CGM, the Group will be able to serve its customers more effectively and focus on delivering complete, tailored solutions in the Transpacific market,” it said in a statement.

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