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  November 27th, 2015 | Written by

CEVA Logistics Opens New Regional Headquarters in Brazil

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  • CEVA Logistics’ new headquarters will bring together operational and back-office functions under one roof.
  • CEVA Logistics’ Sao Paulo location was chosen for its modern energy-efficient design and infrastructure.
  • The Center of Logistics Excellence is where customers experience the tools CEVA applies to optimize supply chains.

CEVA Logistics, a global supply-chain management company has opened its new headquarters for South America in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the launch of CEVA’s fourth Center of Logistics Excellence joining Jacksonville, Florida, Singapore, and Ashby de la Zouch in the UK.

The new headquarters will bring together operational and back-office functions under one roof.  The location was chosen for its modern 21st century, energy-efficient design and infrastructure.  The facility is pre-certified Gold for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

“This is an important strategic step for CEVA in the region as we consolidate our presence and prepare for continued growth,” said Richard Vieites, the company’s executive vice president for South America. “Being able to fully integrate all back office and operational functions enables us to continue supporting the needs of all our customers.”

The Center of Logistics Excellence, CEVA’s first in South America, is a dedicated area of the building where prospective and current customers are able to experience first-hand the tools and methodologies CEVA applies in order to optimize supply chains and create a competitive advantage.

“The Center of Logistics Excellence,” Vieites explained, “allows us to demonstrate real-world logistics innovation through supply-chain optimization and enhanced visibility, integrated services, and technology solutions to power supply chain efficiency.”