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INSIGHTS: Logistics industry, with this important step into the marketplace for the trillion dollar inter- booking and management of air, ocean technology that empowers carriers and digital era, selling directly to shippers on national shipping industry. The Freightos and land shipments from top logistics logistics providers around the world to

Freightos.” Marketplace is designed to help import- providers to book international shipping automate freight sales. With Freightos

Zvi Schreiber, CEO and founder of ers and exporters reduce logistics spend as smoothly as booking a ? ight online. AcceleRate and Freightos WebCargo

Freightos, added, “This is a true win-win and save time with instant comparison, Freightos also provides patent-pending power rate management, automated for the industry and a major step toward improving the customer experience.

With CMA CGM selling on Freightos, smaller shippers now have direct access to a major carrier with competitive pric- ing. Additionally, shippers of all sizes will have access to guaranteed prices and capacity. This aligns with our goal to help logistics providers drive more value for customers, enabling smoother global trade, and ensuring more reliable and affordable supply of goods to end consumers.”

CMA CGM is a worldwide shipping group with 506 vessels calling at more than 420 ports on ? ve continents and in 2017 the company carried almost 19 mil- lion TEUs. The company has a presence in 160 countries and, through its 755 agencies network, the Group employs 34,000 people worldwide, including 2,400 in its headquarters in Marseilles,


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