Ace Turtle turns to Ceva

Ceva Logistics is to manage global freight forwarding in South East Asia for Ace Turtle, a technology platform company that provides direct to consumer web commerce solutions for leading retail brands.
Ace Turtle said that the move would allow it to reach new customers, while allowing customers to shop through their regular e-commerce channels.
Ceva will handle international airfreight, arrange origin and destination local transport and also manage custom clearance on the US-Singapore, China–Singapore, China-India, India-Singapore, India–Malaysia, and Europe-APAC trade lanes.
Ace Turtle chief executive Nitin Chhabra said: “Through our platform, brands will be able to expand their reach in south-east Asia. Our partnership with Ceva is a step towards this, as we envisage providing high class logistic service to enable cross border business for international brands.”
Ceva Logistics executive vice president for south-east Asia, Elaine Low, added: “We are confident that Ceva’s commitment to operational excellence, coupled with Ace Turtle’s technology, will increase service delivery quality to all their customers. We look forward to a partnership that creates more value and efficiency in a growing e-commerce market”.

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