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  June 2nd, 2015 | Written by

CEVA Logistics Signs Enhanced Southeast Asia Logistics Agreement

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  • CEVA Logistics signs contract to manage Southeast Asian warehousing and distribution for the Valiram Group.
  • New Australian warehouse will support industrial, automotive, consumer and retail customers
  • CEVA’s new contract with the Valiram group expands Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works into Thailand and Indonesia.

Non-asset- based supply chain management company CEVA Logistics has signed a contract to manage the Southeast Asia warehousing and distribution for the Valiram Group, a specialist retailer of luxury and lifestyle brands.

Southern California-based CEVA started working with Valiram Group last year, providing warehousing and distribution services for their two brands, Victoria’s Secret in Thailand and Bath & Body Works in both Thailand and Indonesia.

The new contract expands both of the brands into Thailand and Indonesia and tasks CEVA with handling warehouse management and other various services, such as price tagging and bundling, reverse logistics and time-specific delivery to retail stores for the company’s beauty, accessories and lingerie products.

CEVA is directly involved in distribution and transport logistics for the store openings of Bath & Body Works—which was new to Valiram’s portfolio last year—opening several retail stores in both Southeast Asian countries.

 

CEVA EXPANDS U.S., EUROPEAN AND ASIAN FOOTPRINT

In addition to enhancing its service profile at its facilities in Portland, Oregon, and Chicago in the beginning of the year, the company has opened new distribution facilities in Poland, Italy, Canada, Malaysia, and Singapore, and began construction of a new 500,000 square-foot super site at Truganina, west of Melbourne, Australia.

The new multi-user Australian facility will include four warehouses and will be the largest CEVA facility in the country when construction is completed later this year.

“It is ideally located to support industrial, automotive and consumer and retail customers through its excellent access to Melbourne’s road and rail network, the Port of Melbourne and Melbourne International Airport,” the company says, adding that the new Australia facility “will be the centerpiece of CEVA’s growth plans in Australia and New Zealand.”


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