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CMA CGM Launches Morocco Reefer Tour”: CMA CGM

CMA CGM launches Morocco Reefer Tour”: CMA CGM

Marseille, France (PortSEurope) November 15, 2018 – The French shipping group CMA CGM Group has announced the inauguration today in Casablanca of its traveling container, the “Morocco Reefer Tour”. Through December, seven Moroccan cities will host this traveling container which will be specially transformed and decorated for this occasion: Casablanca, Agadir, Marrakech, Beni Mellal, Berkane, Larache, and Tangier. These cities were chosen as they belong to
the main citrus and vegetable producing regions, where the export season is underway. During these stopovers, exporters will be able to study how a CMA CGM refrigerated container (reefer) operates and to develop best practices which will allow them to optimize the transport of their products. This tour will allow CMA CGM, which is the second global reefer transporter, to promote its expertise in terms of refrigerated container transportation as well as the technologies for reefers. In order to support the Moroccan citrus and vegetables export season, the CMA CGM Group has additionally decided to reinforce this year its seasonal offering from Morocco, by optimizing the AGAX, CISS, and DUNKRUS lines, which connect directly and on a weekly basis Morocco to Northern Europe and to Russia. CMA CGM is the leader on maritime transport in Morocco, a country where it is present since 1983. It represents a strategic country for the group’s development and for its ambition, in part because of its position at a crossroads between Europe, Africa, and the Mediterranean region. The Group employs 1,600 partners in Morocco and operates in three ports (Agadir, Casablanca, Tanger Med), with 26 maritime services that allow it to reach the entire world, including 80 ports directly from Morocco. Source: CMA CGM Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2018.

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