CMA CGM Logistics to Open New Office in New Jersey

(Press Release)
Friday, June 01, 2012

After opening offices in Germany, Jordan, Vietnam and Malaysia, the turn has now come to the USA for a new CCLog office.

CMA CGM Logistics (CCLog), a subsidiary of CMA CGM Group, dedicated to the development of integrated logistics solutions, opened its first US office on May 7th 2012 in response to clients’ and market’s growing demand. With 350 staff overall, handling 320,000 TEU, with a 350 M$ turnover, CCLog increases its worldwide position and aims to offer added value logistics services to its clients in more than 60 countries.

From Purchase Order Management and consolidation services at origin to distribution at destination, via documentation and transportation management, CCLog develops logistics solutions for efficient and superior management of supply chain. CCLog’s growth is following two strategic priorities: geographical expansion and supply chain services development.

CCLog has a very clear focus on customer service, improvement programs, and logistics costs optimization for customers.

New to the logistic market in the USA, CCLog will promote its ability to identify potential supply chain cost reduction projects, and the supporting services to drive those efficiencies to customers.

CCLog benefits from a global network and an expertise in intermodal transportation with CMA CGM Group subsidiaries.


 

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