CMA CGM supports producers in La Réunion Island

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Thanks to its air cargo division, CMA CGM used one of its aircraft to transport exotic fruits (grapefruit, passion fruit and lychees), fragile foodstuffs that can only be transported by air, from La Réunion Island to mainland France. As a result, around 60 tons of goods were carried from La Réunion Island to mainland France.

The A330 F aircraft departed from Roland Garros airport for Paris Charles de Gaulle airport on the morning of Thursday, December 16.

The CMA CGM Group provided its A330 F aircraft primarily for members of the La Réunion Interprofessional Fruit and Vegetables Association and Seafrigo Group to make up for the lack of availability on board passenger aircraft. With its air cargo transportation and logistics operations ramp-up, the Group is offering its clients new one-stop, quick and agile solutions.

Connecting mainland France to the overseas departments and territories, the CMA CGM Group enjoys a close relationship with La Réunion Island, helping to make its expertise known worldwide with five service lines to and from La Réunion Island. In addition, La Réunion Island is a strategic crossroads for the Group in the Indian Ocean. With this latest initiative, the CMA CGM Group is continuing to take action to support its clients.

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