CEVA expands LA freight management facilities
CEVA Logistics has expanded its Los Angeles (LAX)/Torrance freight management operation.
October 1, 2014
CEVA Logistics has expanded its Los Angeles (LAX)/Torrance freight management operation. One of the largest operations in CEVA’s global network, the company’s LAX/Torrance station now comprises three facilities totaling more than 92,900 sqm and 170 dock doors.
The latest facility to be added to the LAX/ Torrance campus features 29,635 sqm of warehouse space and 4,645 sqm of office space, with 50 dock loading positions.
Supply chain services provided at CEVA’s LAX/Torrance operation include logistics and warehousing, vendor managed inventory (VMI) warehousing, inbound/outbound consolidation, reverse logistics and asset recovery, cross dock, procurement/supplier management, supply chain consultation, air, ocean and ground freight management, customs brokerage and port drayage.
“Our goal for our San Diego operations is to bring innovation and unparalleled knowledge of our customers’ business needs to bear on their total supply chain requirements, including transborder solutions such as customs brokerage and cross-docking on both sides of the border,” said Rick Goldenstein, district manager for CEVA in San Diego. CEVA is the only global freight forwarder with complete warehouse, logistics and transportation services on both sides of the Otay Mesa border near San Diego.
The company also has a new Vendor Fulfillment Center located in the heart of Tijuana, Mexico’s Maquiladora industry. CEVA’s ability to import raw material into Mexico under its own IMMEX permit enables the company to bring the benefits of a true Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) model to Tijuana’s Manufacturing and Distribution community.