CEVA relocates Thailand head office to Bangkok

CEVA Logistics has relocated its Thailand head office to Bangkok, as it continues to expand in Asia.

The announcement follows CEVA moving its Thailand airfreight team to a new office at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

The company’s Thailand head office is now located in a 28-story building close to the city’s two airports and one of its major ports, providing connectivity its customers. The head office is also close to the Thai Customs office.

More than 250 employees will be based at the 12,000 sq ft of office space.

Russell Pang, managing director Thailand and emerging markets at CEVA Logistics, commented: “This new headquarters will be a tremendous asset for the Thai team with its excellent public transport links and focus on a modern working environment where they can be even more productive. We will use the relocation to further grow our multimodal business in one of Asia’s leading gateways.”

Earlier this week, CEVA Logistics was awarded a contract to manage production supply for Airbus at the aircraft manufacturer’s assembly site in Hamburg, Germany.       

The forwarder will be responsible for production supply for the A320 family structural assembly and the equipping of fuselage sections as well as the manufacturing and equipping of the A330 and A350.

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