Two new contracts for CEVA

CEVA Logistics recently announced two new contracts – one for a US telecommunications equipment provider and the other for a health food company in Turkey. In the first of these deals, CEVA will provide 100 per cent of the worldwide forwarding services for Powerwave Technologies Inc, a US-based, global, end-to-end wireless coverage and capacity solutions […]


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CEVA Logistics recently announced two new contracts – one for a US telecommunications equipment provider and the other for a health food company in Turkey. In the first of these deals, CEVA will provide 100 per cent of the worldwide forwarding services for Powerwave Technologies Inc, a US-based, global, end-to-end wireless coverage and capacity solutions provider. CEVA said the services provided for Powerwave would include all heavyweight air freight and sea freight management. CEVA would also manage a distribution centre in Hong Kong, ground transportation in mainland China and was currently laying the foundations for Powerwave’s global brokerage business, which was heavily focused on the company’s expanding operations in India. The second contract involves a €3 million agreement with Danone Tikvesli A.S., the Danone dairy business in Turkey. “Danone, one of the world’s leading companies in the health food sector, has been operating in the Turkish dairy sector since 1998 with Danone Tikvesli,” said CEVA. “The three-year contract will see CEVA supply various services, including providing and running a chilled warehouse in Istanbul, as well as running Danone Tikvesli’s existing chilled warehouse in Ankara.” CEVA has been providing a special service for Danone Tikvesli for the last two years collecting raw milk from 500 different farms on a daily basis and delivering it to the customer’s dairy factories in Gonen and Luleburgaz. “CEVA is also undertaking the necessary quality control of the dairy product upon collection. The project is unique due to the fact that the responsibility of the process has been assigned to a single logistics provider.”