CEVA steps into South Korean e-commerce market

CEVA Logistics has begun offering its first express e-commerce services in South Korea.

CEVA will provide air export services on behalf of iHerb, moving goods from the US-based natural health product company’s recently opened logistics and distribution centre near Incheon International Airport to Japan and Singapore.

“This is a milestone for CEVA Korea because it is the first time that we operate a business-to-consumer express business in the country,” said Bruce Lee, CEVA Korea business development head.

“We believe this high potential, win-win model will offer us positive growth prospects in the Korean B2C market.”


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