CEVA plans Malaysian expansion

CEVA Logistics, recently unveiled its facility expansion plan to support its growing operations in Malaysia. The new 350,000 sq ft distribution centre will officially open in early 2009, and will support CEVA’s growth plans as it increases its presence in the region.
The new facility launch is part of CEVA Malaysia’s strategy to double its business by 2010.
“In conjunction with our one year anniversary, we are proud to announce the completion of our new distribution centre in Bukit Jelutong, located near Shah Alam, as part of our expansion strategy. We expect to relocate to the new premises by early 2009. This investment ensures CEVA is able to meet its customers’ growing needs within the various key sectors,” said Michael Yip, managing director of CEVA Malaysia.
“We have been able to achieve a great deal over the past year in the region,” said Vittorio Favati, president for CEVA Asia Pacific. “Our commitment to excellent stems from a belief that customers are not satisfied with the current performance of 3PLs managing their supply chains. We are confident of enacting change and creating global best practices that our industry has not achieved. Our Malaysian business is a great example of what CEVA is capable of.”

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