Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Group, a world leader in transport and logistics, signed a charter with the World Economic Forum and UNICEF on December 21st aimed at supporting the inclusive and efficient distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, especially in developing countries.
This charter federates shipping, airline and logistics companies. By signing this charter, the CMA CGM Group commits to :
- Ensuring the rapid, prioritized and safe global delivery of vaccines, especially in developing countries
- Supporting the COVID-19 vaccine supply chain thanks to our expertise and our logistics tools.
- Providing expertise to governments to help plan the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in the field.
- Contributing to the global distribution and logistics of UNICEF-supported vaccines.
Through its subsidiary company CEVA Logistics, the CMA CGM Group developed an extensive network of specific infrastructures and strong expertise to deliver seamless end-to-end solutions for healthcare supply chains, especially for temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals such as vaccines.
Using a range of Active packaging, CEVA Logistics uses plug-in options to ensure critical shipments are delivered within a precise temperature range, protecting the product and its integrity for the entirety of its journey.