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CMA CGM offers matchmaking Networking Intermediation Services

FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM has announced the launch of its Networking Intermediation Services, as the 'first and only business matchmaking solution', reports the American Journal of Transportation

CMA CGM offers matchmaking Networking Intermediation Services

FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM has announced the launch of its Networking Intermediation Services, as the 'first and only business matchmaking solution', reports the American Journal of Transportation

20 January 2020 - 19:00

FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM has announced the launch of its Networking Intermediation Services, as the 'first and only business matchmaking solution', reports the American Journal of Transportation.

'By helping our customers grow with ever more innovative solutions, we are reaffirming our desire to put clients at the heart of our strategy,' said CMA CGM vice president Mathieu Friedberg.



CMA CGM teams are now available to help customers find trustworthy partners, diversify their customer and/or supplier portfolios, reach new markets, reduce costs, time and effort associated with business development as well as find better quality products and more advantageous terms.



In line with its Customer Centricity strategy, CMA CGM said it is committed to providing customised support to its clients as they pursue international expansion and business development, said the company statement.



Networking Intermediation Services is backed by the unique CMA CGM network in 160 countries through its 755 offices, ready to deal with companies operating in textiles, food, agriculture, manufactured goods, industrial equipment, etc.



A dedicated team based in Marseille screens its clients to find the most reliable, driven and dynamic business partners, said the press release.



Business matchmaking occurs in three stages: The customer tells the CMA CGM team about its business goals; CMA CGM presents them with a list of potential new business partners.



'The two potential partners begin negotiating to develop their activity. The exporter only incurs fees if an agreement is signed,' said the company statement.


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