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CMA CGM launches new goods priority solution

CMA CGM Group is launching SEAPRIORITY Go, a new solution that offers priority boarding for goods during the loading process. The new solution augments CMA CGM+ portfolio, a package of 17 high value-added services.

CMA CGM explains that SEAPRIORITY Go provides customers exclusive treatment, as their goods will be given priority whether it be for container allocation or loading on board. The new service is a part of the BOOST category under the CMA CGM+ umbrella.

CMA CGM adds that its new solution guarantees the successful execution of priority cargo transportation, particularly during periods of strong activity.

SEAPRIORITY Go will be offered for all shipments on major trades operated by the French shipping company, effective from 27 March 2020. It will be available online on My CMA CGM (www.cma-cgm.com) as of this same date.

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