Mercedes-Benz renews with CEVA in Brazil

Mercedes-Benz’s Brazilian division has renewed its existing business partnership with CEVA Logistics and the awarded additional contracts.
CEVA’s services to Mercedes-Benz are concentrated in the southeast region of Brazil. Under the renewed contract, in-house logistics services at the customer’s plant in the city of Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, will be maintained and renewed for an additional three years.
This operation encompasses materials handling, line feeding and external warehousing. In addition, two new agreements have been reached with Mercedes Benz which will extend elements of the contract for three and five years respectively.
CEVA will now be responsible for providing interplant transportation at the Juiz de Fora plant and also packaging services at the customer’s spare parts Distribution Center at Campinas, São Paulo.
To meet the new and extended contract CEVA will employ an additional team of more than 280 people.
Fábio Mendunekas, CEVA’s vice-president for business development in South America, said: “Mercedes-Benz is a market leader in the truck and bus segment in Brazil. For CEVA it is a great honor to continue and expand the partnership with such a strategic customer. The outcome of these negotiations is a consequence of our commitment to consistently deliver operational excellence and continuous improvement for our customers, and it also reinforces our expertise in managing supply chains related to the automotive sector”, explains
He believes that key factors in both the renewal and new business win were services to Mercedes are competitive costs, operational excellence and innovative processes are to the fore and all of this adds up to a strong, long-term commercial relationship.

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