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  1. CMA CGM Tower - Wikipedia

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    The CMA CGM Tower is a 147 m tall skyscraper in Euroméditerranée, the central business district of Marseille, France. Designed by Zaha Hadid , it is the headquarters for CMA CGM , a major shipping firm, hosting 2,200 employees previously spread ...

    • 94,000 m² (58,000 m² tower and 36,000 m² annex)
    • Zaha Hadid
  2. CMA CGM - Wikipedia

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    CMA CGM S.A. is a French container transportation and shipping company.[3] It is a leading worldwide shipping group,[4] using 200 shipping routes between 420 ports in 150 different countries,[5] ranking fourth behind Maersk Line, MSC and COSCO ...

    • 1978; 42 years ago
    • $30.3 billion (2019)
  3. Talk:CMA CGM Tower - Wikipedia

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    Tour cma cgm 2 credits Exmagina.jpg Participate in the deletion discussion at the nomination page . — Community Tech bot ( talk ) 13:03, 15 November 2018 (UTC)

  4. La Marseillaise (skyscraper) - Wikipedia

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    La Marseillaise is an office skyscraper in the Euroméditerranée, Marseille, France. It is part of Les Quais d'Arenc development complex and located near the CMA CGM Tower, the city's tallest building.[5] It has 31 floors with an overall ...

    • 46,767 m² (503,396 sq ft)
    • Ateliers Jean Nouvel (Design);, Tangram Architectes (Architect of Record)
  5. Euroméditerranée - Wikipedia

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    Among the achievements of Euroméditerranée figure: the Docks renovation into offices, the renovation of the silo into a theater, the renovation of the Rue de la République, the construction of the CMA-CGM tower (33 floors, 147m tall). ...

  6. Marseille - Wikipedia

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    The three lines of the tramway, opened in 2007, go from the CMA CGM Tower towards Les Caillols. As in many other French cities, a bike-sharing service nicknamed "Le vélo", free for trips of less than half an hour, was introduced by the ...

  7. Jacques Saadé - Wikipedia

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    Jacques R. Saadé (Arabic: جاك سعادة‎; 7 February 1937 – 24 June 2018)[2] was a French-Lebanese billionaire businessman. He was the founder and chairman of the CMA CGM, a French container transportation and shipping company, the fourth largest in ...

  8. La Friche - Wikipedia

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    La Friche de la Belle de Mai or La Friche (English: The Fallow; The Wasteland) is a former tobacco factory near the Saint-Charles station in Marseille, France in the neighbourhood of Belle de Mai. In 1992, it was converted into a cultural ...

  9. Marseille Metro - Wikipedia

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    The Marseille Metro (French: Métro de Marseille) is a rapid transit system serving Marseille, in Southern France. As of 2020, the system comprises two lines, partly underground, serving 29 stations, with an overall route length of 22.3 ...

  10. HMM (company) - Wikipedia

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    HMM (Hangul: 에이치엠엠) is the world's 8th largest container line in terms of vessel capacity. HMM moves the largest portion of South Korea's exports,[1] becoming the number one Korean national containers carrier, especially since ...

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