Orcoda lands multi-year CEVA contract

First phase of supply chain optimisation deal to commence in Victoria

Orcoda lands multi-year CEVA contract
A CEVA vehicle


ASX-listed logistics technology company Orcoda has announced it has sealed a national multi-year contract with CEVA Logistics Australia.

The company formerly known as SmartTrans told shareholders that its transport logistics division signed a contact that will "allow CEVA to consolidate the distribution of different brands of passenger tyres to retailers across Australia".

Phase one, valued at about $108,000, will be implemented in March in Victoria, with other states to follow later, Orcoda states.

Orcoda came about as a $17 million merger between SmartTrans and Resource Connect. Read more, here

It also says that it is in discussions with CEVA "for optimising replenishment of convenience stores".

"We are extremely pleased to expand our partnership with CEVA, a global supply chain leader," Orcoda managing director Brendan Mason says.

"Our customers’ logistics needs vary as much as the products they market.

"Orcoda ensures that our solutions are modified to maximise the benefits in clients’ supply chains. This model builds unprecedented customer loyalty."

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