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CMA CGM launches Kolkata to Biratnagar, Nepal carrier haulage service

July 16, 2021: The CMA CGM group launched its carrier haulage service from Kolkata to Biratnagar via road, where the first shipment was successfully transported on July 6, 2021. 

With the launch of the new carrier haulage service, Biratnagar is the second key location in Nepal being covered by CMA CGM global network.
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With the launch of the new carrier haulage service, Biratnagar is the second key location in Nepal being covered by CMA CGM global network.

July 16, 2021: The CMA CGM group launched its carrier haulage service from Kolkata to Biratnagar via road, where the first shipment was successfully transported on July 6, 2021.

With this service, the Group aims to provide a seamless, one-stop solution to its customers for moving their cargo from Kolkata to Biratnagar.

Since 2017, the CMA CGM group has been operating its rail service to ICD Birgunj via Kolkata & Visakhapatnam. With the launch of the new carrier haulage service, Biratnagar is the second key location in Nepal being covered by CMA CGM global network.

Atit Mahajan, managing director of CMA CGM India, said, “Our Group is on a strategic expansion to all key commercial locations globally. Nepal is not just the neighbour country for India, it also holds key importance in our global commercial network. The new connection service will certainly boost our contribution to the blooming Nepal imports and to the Nepal trade overall. I am very hopeful that in the near future we will be able to cover many more key locations in Nepal.”

CMA CGM connects Nepal with its global maritime service via its hub ports in Colombo, Singapore and Port Klang which is connected to Kolkata and Visakhapatnam via dedicated feeder services.

Present in India for over 30 years, the CMA CGM Group has established 20 offices nationwide, employing more than 5,000 staff members. The Group operates 14 weekly mainline services via 7 gateway and 7 feeder ports in India. It also operates 12 weekly Block Train services starting from Mundra & Pipavav to various inland destinations PAN India along with an extended network of 69 Inland Container Depots (ICD) across India.

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