Ceva reorg accelerates as rumours give way to action
On the move
New facility increases CEVA’s operational footprint in the Vancouver market by more than 60%
Houston, USA, 10 February, 2015 – CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s leading supply chain management companies, today announced that it is expanding its market presence in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The new location for the company’s operations, in Richmond, BC, is positioned near Vancouver International Airport, the Port of Vancouver – Canada’s largest port – and major road arteries. CEVA will occupy the facility, which totals 53,189 sq. ft. (4,941 sq m), on 1 March, 2015.
The new facility is located at 18233 Blundell Road and – in addition to more square footage – also provides a significant increase in dock doors, more trailer parking space, a freight yard to provide additional cargo container storage for Ocean Freight operations and 2,500 racking locations.
“We’ve enjoyed great success in the Vancouver market and were simply out of space at our former location,” stated David Convery, CEVA’s Country Manager for Canada. “This facility relieves space constraints and will enable us to better serve new and existing customers – including the many multi-national customers who utilize this operation – as well as better leverage our Ocean Freight and Eastbound Less-than-Truck Load (LTL) services.”
Services at the new facility include Air and Ground Freight Management and consolidation, global Ocean NVOCC (Full Container Load (FCL) and Less-than-Container Load (LCL)), Ocean import, brokerage, value-added services, warehousing, distribution and sector-specific services for Automotive, Technology, Consumer and Retail, Industrial and other markets.
Container shipping can see ‘green shoots’ of freight demand recovery
Supply chains 'finally beginning to stabilise', says Maersk
B: China, Brazil strike deal to ditch dollar for trade
Forwarding M&A round-up: plenty of action making smaller headlines
ONE becomes joint-owner of Seaspan Corp in $11bn takeover
Some ocean trades stabilising, but transatlantic rates still falling
DB Schenker sale – storm clouds gathering
Another rail strike in Germany to add to European freight troubles
Maersk 'on a journey' as it snaps up frozen foods logistics specialist
Maersk says posted data is not current and not from attack by hackers
Older freighters look set for the scrap heap as capacity oversupply looms
Shippers reject carriers' opposition to ending anti-trust rules
Comment on this article