CEVA increases presence in Asia


CEVA Logistics strengthens grip on Chinese market by securing a contract to manage shoe manufacturer Crocs' distribution centre

International transport company CEVA Logistics has strengthened its grip on the Chinese market with the announcement it has secured a contract to manage shoe manufacturer Crocs' distribution centre in Shenzhen.

The contract involves the handling of all warehousing activities and the inbound and outbound distribution of Crocs products in the city.

CEVA currently operates 30,000 square metres of warehouse space for Crocs worldwide and the company believes the latest deal increases its influence in the region.

"CEVA has demonstrated excellent management support and competence to fulfil our day to day logistics challenges in Asia," Director of Logistics and Distribution for Crocs China Benson Sze says.

Managing Director for CEVA in South China Chris Pollard the says the new contract is highly valued.

"Not only does it demonstrate our extensive experience of operating in South China, it also cements our position as a trustworthy logistics partner to Crocs," he says.

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