CEVA opens 48,000 sq m site in Singapore
CEVA Logistics has opened its new West Hub facility in Singapore to serve as the company’s new regional headquarters and its Singapore City of Energy facility at the same location.
March 10, 2015
By PLA Editor
CEVA Logistics held the opening of its West Hub, CEVA’s largest facility in Singapore and the new headquarters for Southeast Asia. The West Hub occupies 48,000 sq m of warehouse and office space, with more than 300 personnel serving multi-sector customers at the facility.
CEVA’s CEO, Xavier Urbain, said: “I am very pleased our footprint is growing in Southeast Asia, and particularly in Singapore, as a strategic hub in Asia and a conduit for world trade. This is an investment we are making in Asia to strengthen our presence and address the growth potential here. It is estimated that by 2020, more than 50 per cent of the world’s middle income will come from Asia. This presents both opportunities and supply chain challenges for businesses. CEVA is well placed in this part of the world to support our customers’ business growth.”
City of Energy
At the same event, CEVA announced the launch of its City of Energy in Singapore located at the West Hub. The City of Energy is a fully dedicated hub for the warehousing, cross docking, flow management and handling of oil and gas products and services for the energy sector.
The energy hub, covering a total warehouse space of 26,000 sq m and over 5,000 sq m open yard space for energy customers, is well located with easy access to Jurong port and major highways. The City of Energy, Singapore will serve CEVA’s energy sector customers, many of whom use Singapore as a regional base for their oil and gas operations in Asia.