Supply chain radar: Ceva + CMA CGM Log raises more questions than answers

November 27, 2018 Alessandro Pasetti

I don’t want to sound too picky, and surely CMA CGM is doing a good job trying to make sense of its Ceva investment, but questions remain. Did it acquire it on a whim? Or, is this financial engineering, aimed at offloading assets it doesn’t need anymore? Or, perhaps, it’s sound corporate strategy?
Well, the CMA CGM Log sale leaves it open to interpretation.
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