Skeptics raise doubts as CMA CGM prepares air cargo services for take-off

CMA CGM is hoping to attract a range of competing forwarders to fill its new air fleet, despite concerns over aircraft type and its ownership of Ceva, which looks set to take some 25% of the capacity.
The shipping line announced yesterday that the first of its four A330-200Fs would begin operations on 8 March, from Liege to Chicago, to be operated by Air Belgium.
Ceva is expected to take up to …

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