All Ceva Logistics articles – Page 7

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    Ceva warehouse at Gdynia port will support automotive supply


    Ceva Logistics, has opened a new, multi-purpose warehouse next to the port of Gdynia in Poland.The contract logistics and freight management provider said the facility would help to strengthen customers’ supply chains via Gdynia, and other Baltic ports, to global destinations. Ceva is aiming to support automotive, industrial and technology ...

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    Strain becomes head of global automotive at Goodpack


    Robert Strain has left his role as vice-president of the automotive sector for Asia Pacific at Ceva Logistics to take up a new position at Goodpack as head of global automotive. Goodpack provides steel intermediate bulk containers to global markets.“Robert will be responsible for all aspects of the automotive vertical ...

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    The cross-border crawl


    With the number of vehicles and parts moving between the US and Mexico set to increase even further, there are efforts to speed up the import and export processes. Are they enough?Freight flows between the US and Mexico have been steadily increasing, helped by strengthening economies on both sides of ...

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    Premium plant logistics


    Six months after Chery JLR’s Rui Zhu and Alex Holland gave an exclusive preview of their logistics plan to Christopher Ludwig, they invited him back into the plant shortly after launch to reveal the latest innovations for its complex material flowsA few weeks before visiting Chery Jaguar Land Rover’s new ...


    Chery JLR puts complex logistics plan into action


    As Chery Jaguar Land Rover (CJLR) launches series production of the Range Rover Evoque in China, the joint venture carmaker is putting into action a complex and global supply chain that its logistics team has been planning for nearly three years, including the use of a diverse set of lead ...

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    Analysis: logistics in China still needs to shift from big to strong


    Automotive logistics providers in the world’s largest market might be saying the right things but the industry lacks transparency in many areas. Christopher Ludwig provides a résumé of the market following an important industry gatheringExecutives at Chinese automotive and logistics companies speak a remarkably similar language when it comes to ...

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    Ceva posts automotive wins while profit drops; reorganises global operations


    In its Q3 results, Ceva Logistics has reported that business wins in 2014 so far are up 20% year-on-year. New business in the Contract Logistics division has risen 19% and Freight Management wins increased by 20%, thanks to new automotive contracts in the last quarter. However, overall profits have fallen ...

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    Schaecher takes on double role at Ceva Logistics


    Ceva Logistics’ chief operating officer (COO) for Global Airfreight, Michael Schaecher (left), has taken on additional responsibility for the company’s Global Oceanfreight business following the departure of Dominik Tichelkamp, who has left the company.Schaecher joined Ceva in April of this year and brings extensive freight management experience to the company. ...

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    Tom Jones moves to senior automotive role at Ceva Logistics


    Tom Jones, a long-time veteran in automotive logistics, has moved to Ceva Logistics as its new senior vice-president of automotive operations for North America.Jones was most recently vice-president, sales national accounts at third party provider Palogix Supply Chain Services, but he spent 25 years at Ryder and was most recently ...

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    Andreas Wagner extends his contract at Schnellecke


    Andreas Wagner has had his contract as director of the logistics and transport divisions at Schnellecke Group extended for five years.He has been a member of the board of management and chief operating officer since 2010. In January 2011 he took over responsibility for the transport and logistics divisions from ...

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    A stronger grip on the market


    A shift towards local production and increased near-sourcing is improving the tyremaker’s logistics and order management in one of its main growth territories, reports Anthony CoiaBased in Milan, Italy, Pirelli & C SpA is the world’s fifth largest tyre manufacturer, with 22 factories in 13 countries around the world. ...

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    Brazil is slowing down to take stock


    The Brazilian automotive sector has seen stalling production and sales following a stagnant economy and the end of tax breaks. Logistics companies are trying to combat the slowdown and find growthFollowing several years of boom time over much of the past decade, Brazil’s automotive supply chain players are now learning ...

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    Global conference: Honda handling the lower tier supply of parts


    Honda of America is managing the logistics behind the inbound supply of certain parts from its lower tier suppliers to those on the tier one and two level, and is currently running a pilot project with Transfreight for the delivery of those parts. The reorganisation also affects parts purchasing and ...

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    Holger Wilhelm takes up Europe role with Ceva Logistics


    Holger Wilhelm has moved into the role of vice president of sales, Europe at Ceva Logistics, with responsibility for the company’s automotive customers in the region. He replaces Antonio Fondevilla, who was overseeing those responsibilities in an interim capacity following the departure of Stefan Brünner at the beginning of this ...

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    Carmakers keep an eye on the skies over Iceland


    OEMs and logistics providers are looking at the skies over Iceland again as eruptive activity at the Bardarbunga volcano continues into September.Fears are that there will be a repeat of the ash cloud disruption that severely hampered global automotive supply chains back in 2010 when the Eyjafjallajokull volcano grounded flights ...

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    Ceva reports mixed results amidst stronger contract logistics


    Ceva Logistics reported mixed second quarter results, with drops in revenue and earnings before tax lower than during the same period in 2013, the result of poor rates and cut to unprofitable business. However, the company cited growing new business wins and increased efforts to improve productivity and profit margins. ...

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    Ceva appoints Bissell to Contract Logistics role


    Ceva Logistics has appointed Brett Bissell as chief operating officer (COO), Contract Logistics.Bissell joined Ceva in 2011 as executive vice president, Latin America. He is a senior executive with more than 20 years of extensive international experience and previously served in executive positions with supply chain services provider Flextronics International, ...

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    Ceva picks up contract for Ford Coldwater ODC


    Ceva Logistics has expanded its service offering for Ford with the provision of inbound transport services to the carmaker’s new Coldwater Origin Distribution Center (ODC) in Michigan. The company, which has been working with Ford for 20 years, will provide pickup and delivery of parts to the ODC, which handles ...

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    Hakan Bicil takes up new role with Ceva


    Hakan Bicil (left) has moved from his role as executive vice president and head of strategic business development at Panalpina to take up a position as chief commercial officer at Ceva Logistics. He replaces Inna Kuznetsova.“I am pleased that Hakan has joined Ceva to further strengthen our commercial offerings and ...

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    Ceva announces “excellent results” from automotive in Q1


    Ceva has reported its first quarter results and highlighted “excellent results in the automotive sector” led by two major contracts that are currently being implemented. There were also healthy figures for the contract logistics part of the business, which showed profits up almost 38% year-on-year thanks to the company’s decision ...