‘No Time To Die’, the brand new James Bond movie set for worldwide launch in finish September-early October, has a container transport reference to the motion sequence filmed on the French line CMA CGM S A-run Kingston Container Terminal in Jamaica.
An official associate of the twenty fifth James Bond movie, CMA CGM – the world’s third largest container line – granted filmmakers EON Productions unprecedented entry to its Kingston Container Terminal to shoot an thrilling motion sequence with a seaplane, and the vessel ‘CMA CGM FORT SAINT GEORGES’ options within the movie when Bond is rescued from the ocean.
Filming passed off on the CMA CGM-operated Kingston South Quay Terminal in Jamaica, a strategic transhipment hub for the Group within the Caribbean, positioned on the exit of the Panama Canal and the crossroads of the North/South and East/West strains.
Flying the French flag and underneath the management of French Masters, the two,260-twenty-foot equal models (TEU) capability ‘CMA CGM FORT SAINT GEORGES’ and the three,504 TEU-capacity ‘CMA CGM FORT DE FRANCE’ and greater than 1,000 containers have been mobilised for the shoot. As well as, a dozen crew, together with the Grasp, took half within the filming.
Martin Pleasure, location manufacturing supervisor, mentioned it was a “very large logistical problem”.
“CMA CGM have simply been up for it and been an unimaginable associate on this permitting us to fly a airplane basically underneath their cranes which no one has ever carried out earlier than,” Martin quipped.
“None of those places are locations which have had any filming carried out in them earlier than. Kingston port is the busiest port within the Caribbean, CMA CGM amended their transport schedules and labored with the port authority in Jamaica and marine police in order that we might work safely within the harbour,” added Gregg Wilson, the movie’s affiliate producer.
To assist the distinctive partnership, a devoted workforce led by Tanya Saadé Zeenny, Government Officer of the CMA CGM Group, was shaped on the Head Workplace in Marseille and CMA CGM-operated terminals in Kingston and Dunkirk.
‘No Time To Die’ is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and stars Daniel Craig, who returns for his fifth and last movie as Ian Fleming’s James Bond. The movie will likely be launched in cinemas from September 30, 2021, within the UK via Common Footage Worldwide and within the US on October 8, 2021, from Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) through their United Artists Releasing banner.