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The CMA CGM Group is launching the first real-time container tracking mobile application for the Group’s clients

09 April 2015/Categories: CILT, Industry News


The CMA CGM Group, world’s leading container shipping companies, is pleased to announce the launching of its first mobile application offering a follow-up solution and real time data collecting on the container’s position, the upcoming vessels departures and other services by CMA CGM.

The application is available on the App Store and Google Play in five languages (English, French, Spanish, German and Chinese). Users will be able to follow loading operations, search for routes or consult vessels schedules.  

After CMA CGM announced its investment last February in the startup TRAXENS, specialized in container geolocation, the Group is now pursuing its digital development with the launching of its first mobile application. 

34 % of the phone calls from clients aim at getting information about a container’s position. This new mobile application will therefore save time and offer instant information. 

Other functionalities such as an 'Eco calculator' will soon complete this new application, allowing the clients to know exactly the carbon footprint their container produces. 

'The Launching of this mobile application is only the beginning of a vast technological innovation program by CMA CGM' said Elie Zeenny, Senior Vice President, Group IT Systems.

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