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    Ceva seeks fiscal calm after debt swap


    The Ceva Group has announced the results and completion of a previously announced exchange offer on the company’s debt securities, which has led to a higher-than-expected reduction in the company’s debt and a higher cash infusion into the business. Marvin Schlanger, Ceva’s chief executive officer, said that the transaction ...

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    Global round up: Ceva handles service parts for Iveco; GM ships engines to China; Racking for Ford;


    Ceva extends contract with Iveco in Turkey Ceva Logistics has extended its contract with commercial vehicle maker Iveco for three more years covering the warehousing and distribution of spare parts throughout Turkey. Ceva supplies 27,000 different Iveco parts from its ?ekerp?nar? warehouse, ranging from the smallest components to complete ...

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    Ceva adjusts debt and ownership as profits drop


    Partly as a response to flagging profits, a high amount of debt and negative cash flow, Ceva Logistics has reached an agreement with shareholders to turn a large share of debt into equity stakes, which will lead to lower interest payments and a cash injection. When this transaction is ...

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    Argol Villanova merges to conquer


    An analysis of the recently merged group plans to export European quality to all of its emerging logistics markets. Given the perilous state of the Italian economy and its automotive industry, you might assume an Italian-based logistics company rooted in services to the Fiat Group, and which owns a portfolio ...

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    Stacking the odds in favour of service parts in India


    A report on how best-in-class warehouse design and management, and a focus on efficient parts delivery, is making an impact on the Indian parts market despite labour, infrastructure and visibility difficulties Room for growth; Aftermarket goals; Labour, infrastructure and visibility; Warehouse evolution Transport networks Pankaj Chandak is elated. The ...

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    Packaged for prime protection


    Aftermarket differencesPackaging methodsReusable packaging and cardboardDunnage and foamMarcia MacLeod reports on the requirements for packaging in the aftermarket and finds that while processes vary by OEM and by region, its importance is greater than ever.With milkrun, sequencing and just-in-time supply chains dominating automotive production, plants are used to seeing parts ...

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    Global round up: Civics export to Australia; Hail damage in Mississippi; JLR opens in Singapore; Bosch expands service parts in China; Ceva starts Euro-China rail link


    Honda starts Civic exports to Australia Honda has started shipments of the Civic diesel to Australia from its UK plant in Swindon, part of a wider Civic export programme to the country from the plant. The diesel version will go on sale in the country in April. The company ...

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    Ateco targets China imports to Australia


    The Ateco Group, Australia and New Zealand's largest locally based independent car importer, has said it plans to build a new core business around Chinese imports as well as beginning business with North American brands for the first time. The company is also intending to develop existing links ...

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    Executives on the move: Conway Jeffress, Greg Henninger, Hiroto Saikawa, Anthony Laydon, Anthony Laydon, Connie Tang,


    Conway Jeffress has settled into his new role as global director of automotive at freight forwarding and logistics provider, Jas Forwarding Worldwide . Jeffress was previously vice-president of automotive at Panalpina but said that because of its restructuring of industry verticals and executive responsibilities, the time was right ...

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    Executives on the move: Hena Kausar, Jürgen Maidl, Frank-Peter Arndt, Peter Hörndlein, Kate Betsworth, David Giandinoto, Neil Scott, John Turner, Jaap Bruining, Lucas Vos, Quintin Kendall


    Hena Kausar , assistant general manager at Maruti Suzuki India (pictured right), has been awarded the title of Logistics Woman of the Year 2013 by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) as part of its Achievers Award and Talent Hunt programme to recognise supply chain and ...

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    Robert Strain, Eddie Wright, Frederick Beelaerts van Blokland, Petra Küster, Andreas Renschler


    Robert Strain has moved from his role as head of daily operations at General Motor’s Global Logistics and Containers division to become vice president of the Automotive Sector in Asia Pacific for Ceva Logistics . He fills the role left by Dave Dudek who moved to a new ...

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    Executives on the move


    Following last week’s news that Dr Detlef Trefzger has resigned as DB Schenker’s member of the Board for Contract Logistics/SCM , it has been announced that he will take up a new role on the management board for Kuehne + Nagel with global responsibility for the Contract Logistics ...

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    Executives on the move


    Bruno Sidler has stood down from his role as chief operating officer at Ceva Logistics and is moving to a new COO position in February next year at market expansion services group DKSH , which focuses on the consumer goods, healthcare, performance materials and technology sectors in Asia. “DKSH ...

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    Auto growth is ray of hope for Ceva in Q3


    Ceva Logistics has reported positive results in its automotive business for the third quarter of 2012 driven by “extremely strong growth” in the Americas region. The situation in Europe, however, remains “a big area of concern” with Ceva continuing to feel the impact of factory closures and reduced output. It ...

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    Global round up


    Ford to close Genk plant in restructure of Euro operationsFord is has said it will close its Genk plant in Belgium at the end of 2014 and move Mondeo, S-Max and Galaxy minivan production to its Valencia plant in Spain pending the outcome of a consultation ...

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    UK trials longer semi trailers


    The UK’s Department of Transport (DfT) has selected a 172 transport providers operating in the country to begin a ten-year trial into the use of longer semi trailers, including those providing services to the automotive industry. Carried out by the DfT’s Freight and Logistics Division, the study has ...

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    Ceva's Pattullo steps down as CEO


    In a surprise move, Ceva Logistics ’ CEO John Pattullo is retiring from the company at the end of this week and will be replaced by Marvin O. Schlanger , Ceva’s current Chairman of the Board. Pattullo will continue to serve on Ceva’s Board of Directors. “When John ...

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    Building on the bridge to Turkey


    What suppliers and logistics providers in the Turkish market are doing to localise automotive production and improve logistics costs for the total supply chain. Marcia MacLeod reports Turkish automotive production is growing again, with opportunities in logistics for both established third-party logistics providers and new entrants to the country. Turkey’s ...

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    The Mexican parts rush


    With car production jumping across the border to Mexico, manufacturers are making increasing use of the country’s developing intermodal services, writes Anthony CoiaFord's load factor improvements;Intermodal investment;GM's intercontinental material network;Visteon at the border;Consolidating networks;Nissan's four pillars;VW and synchronising supply;3PL developments.Mexico is resurgent as a manufacturing and export base for the ...

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    The Mexican parts rush


    With car production jumping across the border to Mexico, manufacturers are making increasing use of the country’s developing intermodal services, writes Anthony Coia.Mexico is resurgent as a manufacturing and export base for the automotive industry. While the country has suffered from violence and security issues relating to drug crime in ...